|Coach Nick Saban|
On the same day Carson Tinker was released from the hospital, his head coach was talking about the big picture. One week after tornadoes swept through Alabama, perhaps forever changing Tuscaloosa, he spoke of a need for people to work together, regardless of fan allegiance. "We [Auburn and Alabama] have to compete against each other, but that doesn't mean we have to be public enemies," Saban said. "I think we all need to work together to help our state and help the people who were affected in a negative way. Tuscaloosa is not going to be the same. We need to do everything to support what needs to be done to get the community back to normal. It's going to take some time. All the things that are blown up [need] to be rebuilt. The loss of life -- that's the horrible part of the tragedy."