Nick Saban had a great reaction after a reporter's baby crashed his news conference

Charles Curtis
For The Win

Zoom meetings press conferences are still very much a thing, which means we've seen our share of cats, dogs and other things crashing various online meetups.

And now, we have a reporter's baby making an appearance on Alabama coach Nick Saban's presser.

This involves Aaron Suttles, a Bama beat writer for The Athletic, who asked Saban a question while holding his adorable child in his hands. When asked by the coach about the baby, Suttles explained he was pulling dad duty since his wife wasn't home yet. He unnecessarily apologized, and Saban had jokes.

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"This is best behavior I've seen you on since I've been here," he remarked. "If this is the way it's going to be, I'd like for him to be there all the time."

Too good!