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Lane Kiffin's Return Is Biggest Commitment Nick Saban Will Get in 2015

While Nick Saban and his staff are out on the road luring the latest batch of 5-star recruits for the 2015 class and beyond, Saban got a commitment Saturday from someone who was well out of high school. Saban’s biggest commitment of 2015 won’t be a quarterback, running back or defensive lineman. Show More Summary

Isaiah Prince Commits to Alabama: Nick Saban Stockpiling Top-Notch O-Line Talent

Alabama continues to reel in elite reinforcements for its offensive line. Isaiah Prince, a 4-star tackle, provided a surprise by pledging to the Crimson Tide on Friday, per Ryan Bartow of 247Sports. In turn, the 6'6", 272-pound prospect...Show More Summary

Potential Replacements for All of Alabama's Coaching Vacancies

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — While Nick Saban and his assistant coaches are out on the road, trying to persuade the country’s top prospects to join his Crimson Tide, Saban will also be trying to do some persuading of a different set of people. With...Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Why Is Nick Saban Letting His Defensive Coaches Leave?

The coaching silly season has been eventful in the SEC and profitable for moving companies. Assistant coaches have made road trips to find new homes all around the SEC, and this week was particularly big for moving companies in Tuscaloosa. LSU...Show More Summary

Move over Nick Saban—Urban Meyer Is the Best Coach in College Football

Times change quickly. Eras change. History changes. You have to sort through the fads. So college football had its first playoff, and who won? The old classic. No, I'm not talking about Ohio State. This is about Urban Meyer. It's about Urban renewal. Show More Summary

Weiss: With Ohio State win, Urban Meyer proves legendary

As much as the SEC likes to canonize Nick Saban of Alabama, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer is starting to draw comparisons to Bill Belichick.

Is Ohio State's Urban Meyer now the country's best college football coach?

Only two coaches have ever won national championships at multiple schools. And the second one beat the first one in New Orleans on New Year's Day. Alabama's Nick Saban won a BCS Championship at LSU in 2003. He won his second national title in his third year at Alabama, with two more in the next three years. Show More Summary

2015 National Championship Game final score: 3 things we learned from Ohio State's 42-20 win over Oregon

The Buckeyes win it all for the first time since 2002. Ohio State has won the eighth national championship in school history, beating Oregon Monday 42-20. With the win, Urban Meyer joins Nick Saban as the only coaches to win national titles with two different FBS teams. Show More Summary

Did Bill Belichick Steal a Play from Nick Saban to Save the Patriots' Season?

The New England Patriots' Bill Belichick is one of the best head coaches in the NFL—as well as one of the most creative. Did Belichick steal a play from Alabama head coach Nick Saban? Did this play save the Patriots' season? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the play in the video above. Read more NFL news on

Alabama Football: Which Early Enrollees Have the Best Chance to Play in 2015?

Nick Saban doesn ’t require it, nor does he hold it against players who don’t wish to do it. But there’s no question that high school commitments who enroll in school a semester early get a leg up on the rest of the competition within their class for early playing time. Show More Summary

Nick Saban drew up the Patriots’ trick play that infuriated John Harbaugh

If you looked closely enough, there was the ephemeral ghost of a guy in a straw hat with a crimson band standing behind The Hoodie when the New England Patriots went with some trickeration in their AFC divisional round victory over the Baltimore Ravens. That’s because the “ineligible receiver” play that so infuriated Ravens Coach […]

Loss of Top Junior Stars Won't Stop Nick Saban from Doing What He Does Best

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — There were four chairs, one for Nick Saban and three for juniors who were declaring their intentions to enter the 2015 NFL draft. It wasn ’t unexpected. T.J. Yeldon, Amari Cooper and Landon Collins have—since their recruitment and especially their freshmen years—been expected to go three-and-out. Show More Summary

Alabama's Quarterback Battle Much More Important This Year Than Last

In Hollywood, sequels rarely top the original. That is, of course, unless we're talking about The Godfather: Part II. Alabama fans better hope that college football's version of the Godfather—head coach Nick Saban—follows the same path,...Show More Summary

Alabama Football: Early 2015 Depth Chart Projections

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — It's never too early to start looking ahead to 2015. Alabama fans always have a keen eye on the future despite Nick Saban's pleadings about living in the present, but with the 2014 season over and in the books, fans...Show More Summary

Report: Amari Cooper, Landon Collins leaving Alabama for NFL Draft

Since taking over the football program at Alabama, Nick Saban has sent scores of players to be drafted early by the league he once called home as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins and 2015 won’t be any different. Chris Low of reports that junior wide receiver Amari Cooper will forego his remaining college…

Alabama and Nick Saban Taking Huge Risk Signing Jonathan Taylor

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Eighteen days ago, as Alabama was in the middle of Sugar Bowl prep for Ohio State, Drew Champlin of asked Nick Saban a routine question during a routine press conference about D.J. Pettway, the Crimson Tide’s...Show More Summary

Nick Saban loses, says least Nick Saban thing ever

Somebody needs to check on Nick after Alabama's Sugar Bowl loss to Ohio State. "I don't think you necessarily have to get a trophy to be a winner." -Nick Saban — Natalie Pierre (@Natalie_Pierre) January 2, 2015 Are we sure this is the same Nick Saban?

Nick Saban's Coaching Style Bodes Well for Alabama in College Football Playoff

The Alabama Crimson Tide have been in perpetual national title contention in recent years, and head coach Nick Saban is the common variable. In the inaugural College Football Playoff, Saban will lead Alabama in its bid for a third championship in four years. Show More Summary

3 things to know about Alabama's Nick Saban, maybe the best coach ever

He's one of the most successful coaches ever, but what else is Nick Saban? Four of college football's best coaches have led their teams to the inaugural College Football Playoff, with some of the brightest names in the profession unsurprisingly making it to the biggest stage. Show More Summary

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