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A report on Cleveland’s 92.3 The Fan on Tuesday afternoon states that the Browns will make a hard push for Alabama coach Nick Saban, even though incumbent Pat Shurmur is only in his second season with the team. Tennessee alum Jimmy Haslam was approved as the Browns’ new owner on Tuesday, and the team almost immediately announced that team president Mike Holmgren would be “retiring” at the end of the season and be replaced by former Philadelphia Eagles president Joe Banner.
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Nicky becomes a Brown noser. John L. Smith will replace Nicky. He already hinted that in a news conference when he referred to the Razorbacks as the state of Alabama. Then, Nicky and Trent Richardson will challenge LSU to another rematch, but this time on Cleveland's field. LSU wins 21-0. Nicky then takes the head coaching job at Auburn.
Reply43 months
I don't think he goes back to the NFL. He's not used to dealing with a salary cap.
Reply43 months
Don't fool yourself, Saban is a challenge driven type of person. If he were to win another BCSNC this year, that would be 3 of the last 4, and 4 in his last 8 yrs of College FB. If it gets that easy for him, don't you think it will eat at him that he didn't succeed in the NFL. It will. Having said that, don't think he would leave for Cleveland. Dallas, Pitt., New England, Green Bay probrably. It would have to be somewhere that he really feels he would be given every opportunity to succeed.
Reply43 months
Can't see it happening; but I would love a front row seat at the state line as the Gumps lose their minds! One can only imagine the suicide/homicide rate would sky rocket along with the DUI rate quadrupeling!
Reply43 months
Nick ain't going back to the NFL...
Reply43 months
"Iam not going to be the Coach at Alabama"!
Reply43 months
the browns he coached are now the ravens
Reply43 months
he did coach there under Bellicheck, his dad played for the Browns and Kent St. his alma mater is right down the never know with ole Nicky boy!
Reply44 months
You would have gumps jumping from bridges and buildings on his departure. Every redneck will have Nick's blown back hairstyle topped with Bear Bryants hat. Geaux Gumps!
Reply44 months
Bama fans will have some angry sex after this happens, poor goats....
Reply44 months
As an LSU fan...I remember buying into the "Saban is never going anywhere" rhetoric as well.
Reply44 months
He aint' leaving for Cleveland. Texas maybe Dallas Cowboys maybe, but not Cleveland.
Reply44 months
Saban? They must be shooting for a 6 win season.
Reply44 months
This would be an epic meltdown in the state of Alabama.
Reply44 months
He is not going anyhwere, just wishful thinking.
Oh, BTW...texass offered last year and he turned it down.
Reply44 months
if he goes there, it will be pure ego, prove he can make it
Reply44 months
If I were his kid, I'd be pissed if he left Bama...$$$INHERITANCE$$$
Reply44 months
UT (Texas) is the only other job I could see him taking. They have less competition, he has to work less to get recruits, and they could pay him unlimited amounts of money.
Reply44 months
Is this a joke. A radio station called the fan said this? It must be true.
Reply44 months
Saban is going to keep his happy arse in Bama til retirement. These articles should be ignored.
Reply44 months
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