After reeling in yet another top recruiting class, Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban reflects on the impact that the incoming players will have on his football program in the years to come.
At the press conference that followed the 2013 BCS National Championship, Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban addressed the media regarding the numerous rumors that have been circulated in the sports media about him potentially taking another NFL coaching [...]
The celebration is underway! Don’t blink, or you might miss it. Alabama Coach Nick Saban has put himself in rarified air. He has coached four national championship teams. He has coached back-to-back national champions. He has coached national champions three of the past four years.
Paul Bryant won six national championships in 25 seasons as Alabama’s head football coach. Nick Saban has won three national championships in six seasons as Alabama’s head coach. And he’s won four overall, counting the one he won in 2003 at LSU. So does Saban compare to the “Bear”? No less an authority than Mal Moore says yes.
Alabama coach Nick Saban wasn’t happy at halftime Monday night. On its was to a 42-14 victory, his team led Notre Dame 28-0 in the BCS Championship Game, but it apparently wasn’t enough to please a coach who now has [...]
The Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has reached legendary status in the college football world and has established a modern day football dynasty in Tuscaloosa. Here Saban discusses his approach to the game among other things.
Notre Dame and Alabama arrived Wednesday in South Florida an hour apart and 27 miles away from each other. The top-ranked Fighting Irish touched down first at the Fort Lauderdale airport, 27 miles from the Miami airport where the second-ranked Crimson Tide landed. The teams’ hotels are 13 miles apart. Alabama is at the Fountainbleau in Miami Beach. Notre Dame is at the Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Fla.
Nick Saban is a torn man. On the one hand is the University of Alabama, his employer. On the other is Notre Dame, his team by way of faith. The sixth-year head coach of the Crimson Tide grew up as a Catholic in West Virginia.
In his first post-season press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban addressed AJ McCarron’s decision to come back for his senior year, rooting for Notre Dame as a kid and coaching in the NFL.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron said that he was not going to the NFL following this season. And we thought we had heard Nick Saban say the same thing. Nevertheless, as the Crimson Tide returned to practice, and Saban returned to media accessibility, the subjects were rehashed.
Besides giving an injury update and trying to kill speculation that he might return to the NFL, Alabama coach Nick Saban touched on many other subjects Tuesday in his post-practice press conference. He talked about quarterback AJ McCarron’s decision to return in 2013 for his senior season and then was asked if any other juniors are likely to announce their 2013 intentions soon. “Probably not,” Saban said.
Tuesday evening, Alabama head coach Nick Saban provided status updates on all injured players, including Barrett Jones, Kenny Bell and Jarrick Williams, who made his re-debut at practice.
Alabama coach Nick Saban was asked Tuesday if he’s still as happy coaching college football as he has said he is. It was a back-door way of asking about a report that suggested a return to the NFL might be a possibility. So he barked, right? Quite the contrary.