While speaking at a Georgia high school, Vanderbilt coach James Franklin tackled Nick Saban in the most James Franklin way possible. He talked about how he’s going to “outwork him” each and everyday, but also referred to the Crimson Tide coach as “Nicky Satan” casually. You can watch the video here.
Nick Saban once drove a Coca-Cola truck to help make ends meet as a graduate assistant early in his coaching career. To congratulate Saban and the University of Alabama for winning their third national championship in four years, Coca-Cola made this commercial to salute "what's possible", featuring the voice of Saban's wife Terry...
According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, NFL teams have been reaching out to Alabama head coach Nick Saban to find out if he’s interested in making a return to the NFL. He’s made it clear that he wants to stay at Alabama.
quote: "NFL teams that have been inquiring about Alabama coach Nick Saban in recent days and weeks have been told in no uncertain terms: thanks, but no thanks.
At least so far. Some franchises with vacancies have sent feelers towards Saban and the Alabama coach regarding his seriousness about returning to the NFL. He has told these inquirers that he isn’t coming back."
Trent Richardson says he would be surprised if Nick Saban followed him from Alabama to the Cleveland Browns. Richardson said Wednesday...
quote: "I can't see him coming to the NFL," "I would be very shocked."
"How can you get tired of winning," Richardson asked. "He's got so much going there. He has no reason to leave. He gets what he needs and he treats his program like the NFL (anyway). He makes sure his players are prepared for the game and prepared for the next level when the time comes."
"I can see him staying at Alabama," Richardson said, "and retiring at Alabama."
"I don't believe it," Richardson said. "Rumors are rumors. I don't buy into it and that's one thing he taught me to do -- not buy into rumors."