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I think the process for a graceful exit has started.
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I hear some guy in Auburn may be available
Would have to be careful in gauging his interest, but first call is to Gary Patterson
Bro, you do know where Will's family is from don't you? Right outside Gainesville. His whole family is there if I recall. Not a chance he goes to Tejas
This post was edited by HeHateMe 18 months ago
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
Was told this 3 weeks ago by someone close to his older brother Watson.
Re Muschamp He Hate
His Parents go to church in Cloudland Ga
It might be a vacation home.
This post was edited by jm5186 18 months ago
He grew up in Gainesville. In fact not far from the stadium until his family moved to Georgia. I believe they moved to Rome, GA.
Thanks Lucky. That is what I have heard before too. That Saban is not leaving Alabama for any team. It still makes me feel good seeing you say the same. I believe with all my heart that Saban will retire at Bama. I love being a BOL member. Its worth every penny.
This post was edited by TideD1 18 months ago
Lucky, I may be wrong and this is jmo but I honestly believe if Saban is really motivated by his legacy I would think leaving Alabama would kill his legacy. Not from what he's accomplished but from a loyalty stand point. He already has the rap from opposing fan bases that he is a liar and only cares about his own personal accomplishments. Even some media outlets have written articles about this stuff going back to his days at Miami when he continued to say he wasn't taking the Alabama job. All we heard when he took the Bama job from other fans was he'll be gone in 3 years. After 3 years was up then it was give him 2 more years and he'll be gone. Other fan bases have just now started to believe that maybe he's at Bama for the long haul. I think CNS loves challanges but it's also a challange to keep Bama at the top and he's built this program into a monster. His legacy is being built here at Bama and no matter where he goes if he were to go anywhere his loyaltees will forever be questioned and I don't think he wants to answer those questions. Just my thoughts though.
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