Alabama football coach Nick Saban isn’t necessarily known for his charming personality.
He’s no-nonsense, all-business approach has allowed him to become one of the best college football coaches of all time and he consistently has the Crimson Tide competing for a national championship.
However, he still has his human side which shows through from time to time.
After all, we can’t always be serious. And hey, they say that smile and laughter is the best medicine, so why not use it from time to time to stay healthy.
It looks like Saban took that advice during Sugar Bowl media days.
While making the rounds, Saban came across Jarrius Robertson, a 15-year-old boy battling a chronic liver disease called biliary atresia. Jarrius, who has had two liver transplants, was eager to show Saban his dance moves and the 66-year-old coach eventually joined in.
It created this awesome moment.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 30, 2017
That’s the Nick Saban we all want to see more of.
No. 4 Alabama takes on No. 1 Clemson in the Sugar Bowl on New Year’s Day. It is the third straight year that the two programs have met in the College Football Playoff. Kickoff is set for 8:45 p.m. ET on ESPN.
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