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Nick Saban almost got clipped in the Iron Bowl but Alabama fought back in the final seconds to force overtime and then win in the fourth extra period.

Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide were favored by nearly three touchdowns in the Iron Bowl. Even in one of college football’s wildest rivalry games, there shouldn’t have been much of a contest between the No.

3-ranked Tide and the 6-5 Auburn Tigers. But that’s why they play the games.

Frankly, Auburn has to be kicking themselves. Due to poor clock management while up 10-3 late in the fourth quarter, the Tigers gave the ball back and allowed a phenomenal Bryce Young touchdown pass to tie it up. That forced overtime and, after four overtimes, the Crimson Tide emerged with a harrowing 24-22 win in the Iron Bowl.

It was certainly not the game that Saban, Alabam fans, or most of the college football world expected to see. So all eyes were on the head coach after the victory to see what he had to say.

Nick Saban postgame quotes after Alabama survives Auburn in Iron Bowl

When Saban was asked about the resiliency and execution his team showed in the clutch, the head coach could only giggle before saying he couldn’t find the words to describe it. He then said he couldn’t be prouder of what Alabama showed down the stretch.

"I cant put it into words … I told them to just go have fun."

– Nick Saban to our @JamieErdahl after an incredible @AlabamaFTBL Iron Bowl win pic.twitter.com/dihaMgjUGc

— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) November 28, 2021

Perhaps the best insight into the genius of Nick Saban was what he said at halftime, telling his team — a group that was scoreless and trailing at the time — to just go have fun. His assessment was right; his team was clearly pressing and getting caught up in the moment. And, obviously, his advice worked, at least in the moments that mattered the most.

Regardless of this result, Alabama was heading into the SEC Championship Game against Georgia next week. However, it certainly has a different feeling as they enter that matchup against the best team in the country coming off a win in the Iron Bowl rather than a debilitating loss.

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Judge puts John Eastman on fast track for Jan. 6 records

A federal judge has put John Eastman on a strict and speedy schedule to begin reviewing and producing thousands upon thousands of emails housed with his former employer, Chapman University, for the Jan. 6 committee. 

Eastman, a conservative attorney and author of legal memos laying out an unconstitutional strategy to keep former President Donald Trump in office despite his defeat in 2020, has been ordered to review no fewer than 1,500 pages of records per day beginning Friday. 

Each day, Judge David Carter ordered, Eastman must then immediately sort those records into privileged or unprivileged categories, remitting—without delay—all items he deems unprivileged to the select committee investigating the deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol. 

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Whatever Eastman wants to keep away, he must also account for by creating a daily privilege log. The logs must disclose the date a record was created; its author and recipients, including those who might have been blind copied; the name of the client involved; the range of documents to be withheld or redacted; and a general description of the underlying record. 

Eastman can, however, assert privilege over a client's name, but he will be expected to itemize what privileges he asserts and why. 

If the Jan. 6 committee wants to see what Eastman tries to shroud at that point, it can try.

The judge gave the select committee three days upon receiving Eastman’s privilege log to issue any challenges. He won’t be able to drag his feet, either. He will have just one business day to review the committee’s objections before all of this finally comes to a head for a briefing in court. 

Eastman has become a key figure in the Jan. 6 committee’s investigation given his proximity to former President Trump before, during, and after the November 2020 election.

Eastman was often surrounded by a cast of White House and campaign officials, delivered remarks on Jan. 6, and spearheaded several of Trump’s doomed legal challenges to the 2020 election results. He was also a reported participant at meetings hosted in the Trump campaign’s “war room” at the Willard Hotel in Washington. 

When the Jan. 6 committee first came knocking with a subpoena for Eastman last November, he refused to cooperate, opting instead to invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

The congressional probe cut around him, going straight to his former employer, Chapman University. The school complied, producing for investigators some 30,000 pages of records. The committee ultimately narrowed its scope to just 19,000 pages. It is that pile that Eastman must now pore over. 

Carter’s order comes after the committee, in a joint status report, plainly disclosed that it was “concerned about the pace” of Eastman’s production efforts given his “apparent unwillingness to engage” with the probe unless he is forced to do so. 

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