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This could get interesting......
It's hard to imagine Nick Saban leaving Alabama at this point in his career, but it may not stop at least one NFL owner from trying to pry him away from Tuscaloosa.
Saban has a history with the Cleveland Browns. And the Browns' new owner, Jimmy Haslam III, has a history with the SEC as an avid Tennessee booster.
This could get interesting........
"The word is it will be a hard push for Nick Saban," Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository wrote. "Makes sense. An SEC guy very familiar to Mr. Haslam. A former Kent State player with a feel for you.
"A guy who likes a challenge needing to prove he can handle one in the NFL, which he left with a bad taste after two years in Miami."
Haslam will spare no expense in trying to turn around the Browns. It will simply come down to whether Saban is legitimately interested in returning to the NFL. A third national title in four years may be enough for him to entertain the offer.
- Brent Sobleski
This post was edited by IRISHTIGER 20 months ago
..........BEAT BAMA .................BEAT BAMA..................BEAT BAMA
I think saban could do ok in the nfl if they give him power to do what the hesck he wants. .......not so fast my friend , until he cuss's one of those grown men that make more than he does..and treats them like a piece of shit. other than that...he's cool
Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
The reason Saban will never succeed in the NFL is that when the playing field is relatively equal, you have to actually out-coach other teams. That or be blessed with a Hall of Fame caliber QB. There's no Ole Miss & Mrs. State to beat up on every season in the pros...even the lowliest NFL team can beat the best on a given Sunday. That's why Saban got frustrated in Miami...it's much more difficult to find a competitive advantage in the NFL. He can't just out-recruit the Colts or lift more weights than the Packers. Everyone is big & fast, and they all work at it 24/7. Saban fears a level playing field.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by WarDamnRudy 20 months ago
Newton's Law: A Newton in motion will remain in motion, unless acted upon by an endzone.
Saban is a little wus afraid to leave for fear of death threats from the gumps.
As a Steelers fan I would LOVE to see him go to Cleveland. I would enjoy watching the continuing futility and see him fail there, just like he did in Miami. I would call that a win-win!
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Kids, (a) Changing speeds is more important than a curve ball (b) you play defense with your feet & (c) Wayne Hancock is the tits.
Seriously, don't take me too serious.
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