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WATCH: Man successfully prank called Nick Saban


A Tennessee man with a phenomenal southern accent somehow managed to successfully prank call Nick Saban over the weekend.

When Saban picked up the phone, the man introduced himself as “98” and then asked about Alabama recruiting “his boy,” a kicker out of “Happy Valley.”

Saban seemed to be fooled by the call considering he answered all of the prankster’s questions. But it was kind of impressive to hear how well Saban sounded on the phone when he clearly didn’t know the person on the other end, and he was on vacation at the time.

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Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

12 responses to “WATCH: Man successfully prank called Nick Saban”

  1. Optional Facts

    Much funnier than I anticipated well done!

    1. catdaddyd

      Why would a guy from Happy Valley Pennsylvania have a Southern accent?

  2. bigbluebanana

    Myrtle Beach has been forever changed in my vocabulary to Murtlebeach down air

  3. MegatonRange

    Ha ha! Somebody made a prank call. Oh the new ground these millennials cover on a daily basis, what would we do without them….

    1. UK Big Board Update

      “Millennials” is used in the media to infantilize, discredit, and instill distrust of an educated, hard-working, low-earning, fed up generation of 30-somethings living through the worst of capitalism, police brutality, government corruption, and a resurgence of hate violence.

      The way millennials are referred to is nothing short of gaslighting. They inherited an environment and society that is unsustainable, but their protest and demand for revolutionary change is written off as some sort of tantrum.

      No, Bob and Karen, you’re killing us all.

      But here’s the thing, you’re only convincing yourselves that they’re a generation of gold stars and participation trophies. In their relatively short adulthood thus far, they’ve proven to everyone that they can innovate, adapt, and persist despite the barriers to progress you’ve created.

      Turn off Sean Hannity.

    2. Take a Deep Breath Please

      @UKBB

      This comment won’t age well.

    3. ClutchCargo

      Looks like MegatonRange hurt the feelings of a millennial. LOL

    4. UK Big Board Update

      LOL. I’m not hurt, nor am I a millennial.

      Good effort, though.

    5. Luether

      Be careful MegatonRange. Don’t want to melt too many of these clueless snowflakes…

    6. UK Big Board Update

      And Luether the idiot weighs in with his always insightful commentary….

      HES SO MAD.

  4. Greatcatfan

    UKBB does have a point every generation has looked down on the desires for change the next generation has called for and implied their weak or stupid in some way shape or form. That being said even if a change they call for may be positive not all of the changes a new generation gets end up that way, each new generation has a tendency to take a good change wayyy to far to the point that society responds and goes way to far in the other direction. That has been the history of this country since the 2 party system was founded. And now instead of the old working with the next gen they look at them as children who will make the same mistakes and stand their ground. Of course if your rich then nothing needs to change unless it stops them from seeing how you keep your money. By the way this comes from someone with a conservative view on most things.

  5. ClutchCargo

    Back to the prank call… that was pretty spectacular; well played!