When you are the top of the college football mountain, you will have people that admire you and you will develop some forms of jealousy, Alabama coach Nick Saban get both.

Chip Patterson of CBSSports.com wrote an article where he talked to 129 active FBS coaches to discuss the most over and under rated coaches in college football.

Some coaches believe coaches like Stanford's David Shaw, Washington's Chris Petersen, and Florida's Dan Mullen doesn't get enough respect, but there is one coach that believes Saban is all hype.

"If you had the number one recruiting class in the country every year you'd win like Nick Saban," the anonymous coach told CBSSports. "He shows up at every single game with a better roster than the teams he 's playing. If you count cheating and getting the best players in the country as part of running a program, he's the best in the country. It's like saying an NFL coach is the best coach in the league if he gets 25 first-round picks every year."

Barrett Sallee of CBS Sports joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to shares his thoughts on the anonymous coach against Nick Saban. He also discussed the injuries on Alabama's defense, will the offense have to carry the load due to the injuries on defense, wide receiver Jaylen Waddle impact on offense, and what will happen to Urban Meyer at Ohio State.

For more of Sallee's analysis on Alabama and SEC football, make sure you watch the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoon from 2-6 p.m. for the latest breakdown and analysis surrounding the Alabama Crimson Tide.