Saban is set to make $11.25 million this season as part of a three-year contract extension.
There are various reason to argue against the lofty salary, including whether that money should go to the players or to the school. However, Bradshaw provided a different angle to dislike Saban.
"If he has the personality of Steve Spurrier, then I would like him," Bradshaw explained. "Spurrier, now you’re talking about a great coach. That’s a great coach, Steve Spurrier, not Saban. Saban hates people. The man doesn’t even like people."
Spurrier had a successful coaching career at Florida, South Carolina and Duke, winning 228 career games with one national championship in 1996. However, Saban has clearly proved himself as a more successful coach with five national championships, including four at Alabama.
Since his second year with the Crimson Tide, the 65-year-old has led his teams to 112 wins and just 13 losses.
Considering Alabama generated $103.9 million in 2016, via Ahiza Garcia of CNN, Saban has clearly earned his salary.