Just was thinking about how all these coaches know each other and if after a game they don't communicate a bit to see what the opposition was attempting to exploit. Part of the reason I thought about this is because Saban and Dooley have worked together in the past, and as far as I know its not as if there is any animosity towards each other. Right now, they are just another opponent to us, and Dooley just happens to be their coach (that would be from Saban's viewpoit, obviously not a fan's).
In thinking about this, I could see where wouldn't be apt to do this with teams in our own division, as we play them yearly. I could also see where we might not do this with cross divisional opponents as we might be in a situation where we have to play them in Atlanta. But as another example, when we beat Florida, and it was clear they were not going to see us again in Atlanta, its safe to assume that Kirby Smart and Will Muschamp at least talked a bit about the game, right? They are good friends as I understand it, so that would make sense to me.
Just curious to know if anyone has any insight on this practice and if it even goes on at all.