Nearly seven years to the day after Nick Saban notoriously said, “I’m not going to be the Alabama coach,"
Alabama coach Nick Saban is staying put
ESPN is reporting that the agent for coach Nick Saban told Texas officials in January that Texas was the only school he would consider leaving Alabama for, and his success with the Crimson Tide had put him under “special
Alabama opened the week an 11-point favorite over LSU, and that stands as the largest spread of any game between the Tide and Tigers since Nick Saban and Les Miles first squared off in 2007 (via AL.com’s Andrew Gribble).
The Associated Press has learned that a University of Texas regent and a former regent spoke with Alabama coach Nick Saban’s agent about Saban coaching the Longhorns if Mack Brown retired. Regent Wallace Hall of Dallas told the AP
Alabama head coach Nick Saban is highly regarded in the coaching world, especially at the college football level. When Saban speaks, the world listens or cower in fear if he is having a bad day. Regardless of the mood
Alabama coach Nick Saban and Texas coach Mack Brown said Monday they are not against the new targeting rules in college football, but they both want to see a change in the way the penalties are implemented. Crimson Tide
Nick Saban is not exactly a warm and fuzzy character. He never has and he may never be. With Yahoo Sports dropping a report claiming former Alabama players received extra benefits in violation of NCAA rules, Saban addressed the
Saban is the only SEC coach to publicly call for increasing the number of league games
Nick Saban didn’t last long as an NFL head coach, but there are still plenty of NFL coaches who think he has some knowledge they’d like to tap. Saban, whose Alabama team is the defending NCAA champion, said on