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He was born there and moved away when he was two to get away from the rampant racism and segregation that existed at the time. When he thinks about "going home", returning to Alabama is not what he has in mind.
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I'd rather not start anymore threads on this. Just my opinion. We should let it die.
Covered this in the interview thread somewhat, dont know where he met his wife but anything you google on them talks about how they loved CS the first time and love the Houston area, they have 4 kids that have probably never known bama. He lists Indy as his hometown, he has never coached near bama. Pretty sure his father still lives in Indy, not bama
Your logic is boggling my mind
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