FLObserver LSU Fan Jacksonville Member since Nov 2005 2277 posts
IF Saban wins another NC does he stay?????(Posted by FLObserver on 12/10/12 at 2:42 pm)
He has proved that he is the best in College football. Will he have anything stopping him from trying again and proving that he can do it in the NFL. I believe thats a challege he wants to try again in the right place. Its not about the money anymore
I would not surprised if Alabama is his last rodeo. He's making good money, he's god to those fans, and can probably have any cheerleader pussy he wants whenever and whereever he wants. Why blow a good thing?
Gray Tiger LSU Fan Prairieville, LA Member since Jan 2004 26127 posts Online
re: IF Saban wins another NC does he stay?????(Posted by Gray Tiger on 12/10/12 at 9:08 pm to FLObserver)
Of course he stays. He tried out the NFL and the big boys handed him his butt for lunch. He's a living gawd in Alabama. He knows that he'll be the second most beloved coach in Tide history so why leave?
budlight34 LSU Fan Baton Rouge Member since Oct 2005 473 posts
re: IF Saban wins another NC does he stay?????(Posted by budlight34 on 12/11/12 at 7:01 am to JLock)
he leaves no matter what. Win and hes won three out of four. Nothing left to prove. Plus fans will already be talking three peat. Lose, and Bama fans will come unglued as to why they lost. I think the time is now for him to try the NFL one more time. With it being Cleveland, a place hes familiar with, it helps. If the Browns hire Lombardi, Saban is gone.
Bigdaddy800 LSU Fan New Orleans, La Member since Feb 2009 114 posts
re: IF Saban wins another NC does he stay?????(Posted by Bigdaddy800 on 12/11/12 at 8:11 am to bigpapamac)
He may leave but according to an interview with his wife this is his last job. She is very happy in Tuscaloosa. Now he may leave but I do not think it will be for a NFL job. Mrs. Saban hated the two years he was head coach of the dolphins. She is very involved in the community and in recruiting with hosting recruits family's on the weekends of official visits. She said she did not feel any involvement when CNS was coaching in the NFL. TIFWIW