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View PostRammaJamma, on 17 July 2014 - 09:36 AM, said:

Saban will retire at Bama you sumbitches just need to pray he doesn't stay around like Joe Pa....minus the kid booty love of course.

The only reason I would see Saban leaving Alabama would be if he wanted to be the first coach to win a national championship at 3 different schools. He will already go down as one of the best coaches of all time, but that would seal his place as the top dog.

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View PostDjCrenshaw, on 17 July 2014 - 01:53 PM, said:

Sick sad world PSU. I noticed that happened and Franklin didn't bat an eye to get up there. I think Saban will hit the 8 years and get gone. I wouldn't imagine spurrier staying at SC too much longer. He said during SEC media days that he wanted to do the NFL route 5-6 years and retire. I think he is about to hit the ceiling on his interest to really work.

He tried the NFL and didnt do so well.

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View PostDawgfan4life24, on 18 July 2014 - 09:33 AM, said:

He tried the NFL and didnt do so well.

I know, what I was trying to say was when he left for the nfl he was planning on doing that for 5-6 years and retiring. It didn't go well so he went back to college, and I wouldn't imagine he has a whole lot of interest to do it a real long time into the future.

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Saban has found his niche and at his age I reckon he'd be wise to stay there.


He's got enough money to burn a wet mule so I can't imagine that would be a factor.


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View PostThe Doctor, on 18 July 2014 - 09:29 AM, said:



The only reason I would see Saban leaving Alabama would be if he wanted to be the first coach to win a national championship at 3 different schools. He will already go down as one of the best coaches of all time, but that would seal his place as the top dog.

Listen to the interview during media days he answers and explains why he won't be going anywhere. I don't know when but he'll retire at Alabama I would bet almost anything on it.
"I didn't come to Alabama to win 10 games a year and be a contender. I came here to win championships, Conference Championships, and National Championships. I love it here because that's not just what I want, but what this fan base expects." -Alabama Head Football Coach Nick Saban

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Yeah, and it was believable when he was leaving.

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