Nick Saban, Urban Meyer and others were among the group that has the best performances.
Alabama continues to dominate the college football world. Currently sitting pretty at No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings with an unblemished 14-0 record, outscoring opponents by an average of 28 points a game, and recently adding another SEC championship to its collection, it's all...
Mood: not amused. At Thursday’s College Football Awards in Atlanta, the show had a break in the action for some sort of interpretive-seeming musical performance, in which the artist painted a picture of famed head coach Steve Spurrier. Show More Summary
Classic Saban ????
There are so many of them now that the list almost looks like college football's version of a cross between stock quotes and the children's song "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." For national coach of the year there's the Home Depot...Show More Summary
Saban is joined by Ken Niumatalolo, P.J. Fleck, Dana Holgorsen and Mike MacIntyre.
Unless you are a Penn State fan, there is very little not to like about the 2016-17 College Football Playoff. Alabama and Ohio State are the golden standards of the sport with coaching titans in Nick Saban and Urban Meyer prowling the sidelines. Show More Summary
Fact: Alabama won 54-16 over Florida on Saturday, giving the Crimson Tide their 5th SEC championship since Nick Saban took over in 2007. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Facts of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: B/R Insights Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
Nick Saban's team is 13-0, but the challenges to the Tide were rare this season.
Alabama coach Nick Saban wants to help offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin get another head coaching job. College football's odd coaching couple led the top-ranked Crimson Tide to their third straight Southeastern Conference championship Saturday with a 54-16 win over No. 15 Florida. They're a lock...
ATLANTA – Nick Saban says Lane Kiffin is ready to be a head coach again.
The Alabama offensive coordinator could be back as a head coach for a fourth time. Nick Saban hopes so, in fact. Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin will interview for Houston’s vacant head coaching position after the Tide’s SEC Championship against Florida, multiple sources told SB Nation. Show More Summary
This might be Nick Saban’s best team ever. But some of college football’s best teams ever have dropped games before. Is it possible for an Alabama team to be underrated? Have we just gotten bored with talking about Nick Saban's Tide? Most...Show More Summary
Nick Saban is the best coach in the SEC and maybe the history of the world. But now we ask: Who’s the second-best coach in the SEC?…
Wall Street Journal, The Rise of Nick Saban Incorporated: Over the past decade, Saban has created a modern football dynasty at Alabama, with four national titles in seven years and another possibly in the offing as it gears up for the annual showdown with archrival Auburn. With considerably less fanfare,...
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Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has his team undefeated headed into their match-up against the Florida Gators next week in the SEC Championship Game. While most around the country believes Alabama is a lock for the College Football Playoff regardless of the outcome, Saban doesn’t want his players with that type of mindset and […]
The Alabama coach had strong words for a reporter who asked about the SEC championship
If Nick Saban’s team loses in the SEC Championship game, they’re still more than likely to find a spot playing for the (...)
The Tide are basically already in the Playoff, but winning an SEC championship along the way isn’t exactly a low priority. Monday, Nick Saban was asked about the idea that Alabama could withstand a loss in Saturday’s SEC Championship against Florida and still make the College Football Playoff. “This is a big game for us. Show More Summary