If you want to play for Alabama, you may not get away with it when it comes to NIL money.

According to OutKick, Nick Saban had no problem letting go of a top recruit and one of his own players after they asked for more than a combined $1 million from the school.

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban during pregame warmups before facing the Auburn Tigers at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 26, 2022 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban during pregame warmups before facing the Auburn Tigers at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 26, 2022 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
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Saban attended the Alabama Football Coaches Association (ALFCA) Convention in Montgomery on Friday, where he reportedly told fellow coaches about the two players’ requests and his decision to let them go.

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«Someone with one of the best corners in the nation (in high school) came up to me and asked if we would pay him $800,000 to get the player to sign here. I told him he could find another place to play,» Saban said. according to Baker High School Coach Steve Norman. «I’m not going to pay a kid a bunch of NIL before she earns it.»

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban leaves the field after a game against the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium on November 5, 2022 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban leaves the field after a game against the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium on November 5, 2022 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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Norman added that Saban feels the NCAA «needs more ways and means to control him because he’s getting out of hand.»

Saban then added that he has already lost 10 players, including a starter, to the portal.

“One of them wanted $500,000 and for us to enroll his girlfriend in Alabama law school and pay for it. I showed him the door,» Saban said.

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It is unknown who Saban was referring to. He didn’t mention names or schools, but it’s possible he was talking about Javion Cohen, who transferred to Miami.

Saban has criticized NIL agreements in the past, but supports the concept.

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban addresses the media during the SEC Football Release Media Days on July 19, 2022, at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta .

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban addresses the media during the SEC Football Release Media Days on July 19, 2022, at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta .
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«I think a couple of things are worrisome,» Saban said in August. «We allow alumni through collectives to be involved in recruiting and other things. That’s something we’ve always guarded against in college football. I think what kind of competitive balance can we create if we allow that to happen, that It’s not going to be great for the fans.

«The best competitive balance you can have is like in the NFL. They have rules to create a competitive balance. Whether it’s the salary cap, the difficulty of the schedule, where you pick, where you pick relative to your win-loss record. Those things They are important. I think in the interest of creating many good matches at the national level.»