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as a commentator/analyst? I can't but just curious if you can. Don't see him as an AD either. I think he coaches until he physically disabled.
Absolutely!!!! Not fulltime, but definitely in key parts of the season.
Nick Saban loves Nick Saban on camera -- as he probably should.
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I see him doing spots like Parcells or Bill Polian. He'll never be an analyst imo
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On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
This. In the right role he would be great. He can be very engaging when he wants to, you can't recruit like he does unless you are likable and can connect with people.
Agreed. Not full time, but will definitely still be in the mix after getting out of coaching.
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Then again, he could end up as the ONLY COMMENTATOR on ESPN. He would install the Process and make all the others
azz quit. Leaving him in TOTAL CONTROL. Domination. Sabanator. The ratings would go through the roof!!!!
Nick Saban replacing Mark May and debating Lou Holtz on College Football Live would be epic. I think Saban's laser eyes might actually take Holtz's head off.
You mean the future Everyone is Saban Processed Network?
Good work Old Gregg. +1
I can't see him working for them, but I could see him buying the network and kicking out all the hangers on and over the hill on-air talent.
"I see this being a great game relative to the tremendous adversity these two teams have had to overcome, aight."
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I can picture ESPN working for Nick Saban...wait, they already do.
He did a great job during the barn championship game.
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