Nick Saban he put on his walking shoes and reached a march on Monday ̵
1; Alabama’s leading football team in a demonstration of social justice on campus.
Saban, wearing a white polo shirt, gray pants and a COVID mask, walked through Tuscaloosa from the sports facility to the Foster Auditorium, where some members of the team gave speeches.
Among the players on the march, a star runs back Naji Harris, according to a reporter Simon Eli.
Some of the players wore shirts with messages such as Black Lives Matter, Equality and Defend Black Lives.
Some of the players carried a black banner with lives.
During the march, Saban told the media that he felt “like a proud parent.”
“I am proud of our team, I am proud of our envoys and I am proud of our message,” he added.
Alabama is one of the big college football programs that will play in 2020.
The Crimson Tide – ranked third in the country in some pre-season polls – is scheduled to take over Missouri on September 26.