Here's Dabo Swinney Quote About Nick Saban’s Absence From CFB Playoff
Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney is feeling good heading into the CFB Playoff and sounds even happier about Alabama's absence. Per Saturday Down South...
quote:

“We saved a seat for him. He’ll be back. Don’t fret for Coach Saban. He’s the best to ever do it, unbelievable program, and a couple tough games this year. He’ll be back. It is a little odd to not see him, that’s for sure. I don’t think he’ll be gone very long.”
(The Spun)
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17 Comments
Would love to see Saban have to coach by only getting three and four stars. Frick him 365
Reply22 months
Saban will probably go out like Woody Hayes by punching a defensive player on the opposing team when they run down the sidelines on his side of the field after a turnover.
Reply22 months
Saban will probably go out like Woody Hayes by punching a defensive player on the opposing team when they run down the sidelines on his side of the field after a turnover.
Reply22 months
What a suck ass
Reply22 months
Tough games not like the ones Clemson played
Reply22 months
Dabo channeling his inner cuck.
Reply22 months
Not sure the NY giants could even make the college playoffs... but Saban won’t be there either way...
Reply22 months
Incredibly presumptuous of him..........
Reply22 months
Hey "Dumb-O". The Alabama Elephants and Clemson Tigers aren't the only two college teams in the U.S. There will be other teams in the CFP! We "Comin"!
Reply22 months
Ain't nobody worried about Saban.
Reply22 months
As much as I’d like to see Saban call it a career, you’re out of your mind if you believe he’s going out like this.
Reply22 months
Unfortunately, Dabo is probably right. But, hopefully Saban retires after next season.
Reply22 months
Kiffin says that Saban doesn't know how to live without coaching in his life...so I wouldn't expect retirement anytime soon
22 months
Why do ya want saban to retire? He is what makes college football fun. I want to see LSU beat him every year. Saban is not retiring until at least he is 74 years old. He would not know what to do if he wouldn't be coaching unless Ed Orgeron makes saban quit : )
22 months
Saban will coach til he drops. He's going nowhere anytime soon.
22 months
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