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by Larry LeoMay 23, 2019
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
If you were betting man or woman, when do you think Nick Saban will retire from Alabama? Well, here are your odds, per The Spun...
Per AL.com, the sports book MyBookie has created a prop bet on when Saban will retire. As of writing, the lowest odds are for “After the 2025 season” at +175, with approximately 36.4-percent implied odds. Saban will be 73 at that time.
The highest odds are for “After the 2019 season” at +700, while “After the 2026 season” comes in at +650. There’s hardly any chance that Saban would leave after next season, while expecting him to play until he’s 74 may be a bit of a stretch.
The odds are about the same for “After the 2021 or 2021 season” (+350), “After the 2022 or 2023 season” (+300), and “After the 2024 season” (+300).
Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com
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