A video shared by Bama Central's Katie Windham showed Saban denying linebacker Dallas Turner -- who played on the winning White team during Alabama's A-Day Spring Game -- from passing chocolate cake to defensive back Malachi Moore and tight end Cameon Latu, who appeared on the losing Crimson team.
As is tradition, Alabama serves a steak dinner to the winning team and beans with white bread meal to the losing team following its spring game.
"Dallas Turner tries to pass across some chocolate cake from the winning side (White) to Malachi Moore and Cam Latu from Crimson. Saban wasn’t having it. As always, just frank and beans with white bread for the A-Day losers— definitely no cake," Windham tweeted along with the video.
Windham clarified that Saban was sitting with Moore and Latu to express "his sympathies to the Crimson team" after its loss, "but he eventually made it over to the winning side to enjoy his steak dinner.
The White team defeated the Crimson team, 25-7, during Alabama's A-Day Game on Saturday (April 16) at Bryant-Denny Stadium, with a total of 31,077 fans in attendance, RollTide.com reports.