Is it a Curfew or Discipline? Ask Saban
Former star cornerback, Marlon Humphrey remains disciplined to this day, and all thanks goes to Saint Nick.
Humphrey made it clear in a tweet he made Saturday night.
"Saban said nothing good happens after 12. Start heading home my good people."
It's no surprise that he still carries the ideals that were taught at his alma mater, UA, under the tutelage of Saban. It's also rather refreshing to see someone make remarks such as this, especially after the recent arrest of former receiver, Henry Ruggs and Eli Ricks.
Marlon Humphrey former BAMA cornerback prepares for another season with the Baltimore Ravens as they work towards another championship run.
Last season the former pro-bowler had one forced fumble and one interception in 12 games played.
Humphrey had a tough time establishing himself on the field after past success due to a groin strain in preseason and then a torn pectoral muscle vs the Steelers in Week 13, which unfortunately, was a season-ending injury.
Although the former all-pro had a slow start and a challenging year, he still asserts himself in the Tide culture with positivity as the result of being part of a well-disciplined team, led by a well-respected coach: Nick Saban.