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Don't listen to him if you're not wanting to get upset this morning. Stating he believes CNS will leave for Cleveland after we beat ND for the title.
And that we're only kidding ourselves if we believe anything else. Played Terry's audio about wins not being as joyous. All i can do not to try and reach through the radio speakers...
I personally dont think he will, but thats only my opinion. If he does, would be downer for bama nation, but the guy took us to a place only every other program dreams of n modern football.
I agree, I don't think he will either.
I think it's just the way Colin talks that bugs me. He's doesn't state it as opinion "I think he'll leave"...starts talking like it's fact and basically calling us idiots if we believe anything else.
He can do what he wants to do. Obviously I would prefer he stay here but if he were to go I think we would be okay. I'm not going to let Colin get to me for sure.
Cowherd has no idea what drives Saban.
Cowherd is the best in the world.
It would suck but I wouldn't be mad.. He has given us all more than anyone expected. I never expected him to be here this long to be honest. I am very grateful of what he has done for our program. I would love to see him here another 4-6 years and retire.. But you never know in this game. If he does leave, he will have left our program just like he did LSU's. And if Miles can sustain that program.. Well... I am sure we can find someone to do the same or better here.
I agree. Saban has done enough already for our program and has restored what we cherish so deeply. If he decides to move forward I wouldn't hate him for it.
Yet, winning may feel like a chore to some people but in all honesty I dont think that is what Saban worries about. His daughter is also still in school at Alabama and I would think that they will stay in Tuscaloosa, at least, until she graduates from school.
I also think that Saban could stay and become the AD if he wanted. Not so sure he would care to do that but he might.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Good thing Kirby hasn't jumped at any of these job offers then, right?
Seriously though, is this the same Cowherd who said that Alabama would have at least 3 losses this year and one would be to the barn?
Did he also play the clip where she said that this is where they would be retiring?
One one hand you can see why Saban might want to give the NFL one more go before he retires. On the other, why would he leave the best situation of his coaching career to go to Cleveland, OH! I agree with the poster above. Cowherd doesn't have a clue about what drives Nick Saban. I think we've all learned that Saban is driven by more than notoriety. He doesn't need an NFL job to stroke his "Ego."
I maintain that Bama is his final stop. His legacy is set in stone and going to the NFL to suffer through building Cleveland into a contender could only tarnish his college accomplishments. Think about it. "He was one of the best college coaches to coach the game but he couldn't cut it in the NFL." Not the way you want to be remembered.
think we should start a rumor that Cowherd is switching to Fox Sports Radio
I sent him that in a tweet and he hasn't gotten back to me on that.
Hope CNS does not go and do not think he will. But even if he does and our people in charge as of now mal moore makes a good hire we will keep rolling with what CNS has built. Look at Les Miles at Lsu when he took over LSU even Miles has not been able to totally screw up what saban started at LSU
This post was edited by landshark1 19 months ago
If he wants joy, he sure in the hell not going to cle.
I think there is a TON of truth in the fact that Cleveland WANTS Nick Saban if and when they have a coaching change. That doesn't mean Nick Saban WANTS Cleveland.
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