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Very cool article.
Steve Spurrier raised eyebrows this past spring when he said Nick Saban would need to win elsewhere to be the greatest coach of all time. But after winning titles with two teams, Saban has little left to prove.
Good stuff. Spurrier is just wishing Saban would go to another school, IMO. His greatness is established... done.
Great read! Thanks for the link.
The question is not about how much you know, it's how much of what you know do you apply?
Great article. Thanks for the post OP!
yeah, but we lost Reuben Foster.
Very good and also very truthful
I will agree that CNS is now casting his own shadow and it is a good thing too. He is special in his own way just as Coach Bryant was in his own way. Great article. RTR
“Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.” Karl von Clausewitz
Coach Saban will win at least 6 championships at Alabama before he retires. Fact.
Badass article. Its still surreal to me that we actually landed the guy back in '07. I knew we'd be good but I honestly didn't think it would be this good. And no end in sight.
Great article. My only criticism is not mentioning Wallace Wade when he said Switzer, Ozborne, Wilkinson, and Rockne. I want more recognition for the guy who started it all at Bama. CWW created our tradition with 3 NC's and deserves mentioning if you're going to talk about Knute.
We ARE arrogant, we ARE better than you and Alabama IS the center of the college football universe. Get over it!
Nice read, Saban has already went beyond my expectations as a coach. I knew he was one of the best, but at this rate we will be debating if he is the best coach that ever walked the sideline. Good times to be a fan.
Very good thanks for posting.
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