Yes yes, I've got to ask. After watching Brian Kelly talk about Nick Saban's model of coaching football at Alabama, I got to thinking about Saban's place in the college football ranks. Now, Bear Bryant's exploits were before my time, but I've heard countless stories about how he was, in a sense, the godfather of coaching college football. All of the other coaches looked up to what he accomplished in his career as "how to do it". Saban appears to have reached that same level among other coaches and programs across America.
Do you think Nick Saban has truly duplicated what the rest of the country sees as the model for building a successful college football program?
Edited by Crimson Kicker8, 10 December 2012 - 03:17 AM.