The first round of the NFL Draft is tonight. So in honor of that, here's an impressive Nick Saban NF
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The first round of the NFL Draft is tonight. So in honor of that, here's an impressive Nick Saban NFL Draft statistic...


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Originally published on SECRant.com

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Impressive accomplishment but the stat is kind of obvious and a weird comparison. A team full of great players isn't going to lose often, and they're going to have many that go in the 1st round. Not rocket surgery.
Reply9 months
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Didn't read past midgit name, just came to spit on Larry.
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Don't care
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ULM
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Troy State
9 months
d2
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Although that is extremely impressive I'm curious, how many of the 1st round picks would be considered elite NFL players? It seems that Bama gets a lot of name brand bias and sometimes the players NFL stats don't turn out to match the draft position. I imagine the same could be said for most big conference schools.
Reply9 months
I think your argument runs counter to your point. By your logic, one could say “Saban gets subpar players drafted in the 1st round.” Wouldn’t that be a positive for Saban? Also, Saban doesn’t have much sway over players when they leave Bama.
9 months
Yea there’s some ups and downs, strikes and gutters man.
9 months
Cool statistic
Reply9 months
Triggered
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Trading in the Chargers for Lambos.
Reply9 months
They say correlation does not necessarily mean causation ....but in this case I think it necessarily does
Reply9 months
Why is Larry so obsessed with Saban on a LSU website? How he parks? His hip? His draft picks? Let it go Larry.
Reply9 months
I feel the same damn way. I don't come here for Saban.
9 months
Ditto. I'm gone.
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This is the last Larry article I click on. Screw him and Saban.
9 months
Those guys made almost as much money in college as they did as first round picks.
Reply9 months
All bought and paid for
Reply9 months
I guess that 2003 title was bought and paid for too.
9 months
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