5 Jobs That Nick Saban Could Consider After Alabama Football

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5 Jobs That Nick Saban Could Consider After Alabama Football
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Alabama fans, don't be afraid to look at these slides! It has been an incredible five year stretch for the Alabama Crimson Tide since Nick Saban landed at Tuscaloosa Regional Airport in January 2007. His record at the school is 55-12 (82.1) with two BCS National Championships to show for it.

Nick Saban came back to the SEC from Miami to make a big statement about his skill by resurrecting a program from its ashes. This statement is not a far stretch considering that the Alabama football team had an SEC record of 2-6 and an overall 6-7 season previous to his arrival.

This makes it hard to think what Alabama would be without Saban. But we also know that he is a hot commodity right now, being the most successful coach of the BCS era. So take a deep breath, and just be aware that these jobs are attractive to any coaching professional.

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