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The Eagles and Oregon coach Chip Kelly could be a match, the Browns are looking in the direction of Nick Saban and Josh McDaniels as they contemplate a coaching change, and Ray Lewis and Ed Reed could be nearing the end of the line in Baltimore.
My two least favorite coaches in college. I will be happy to make them my least favorite coaches in the NFL.
The wheels on the bus go 'round and 'round.
WE COMING . WAR EAGLE !
"If you can't put your faith in an Auburn man, who can you put your faith in?"
When I heard terri saban say that the wins are not fun anymore they now feel like they have to win and that nick is hardly ever in a good mood after the games now. I believe he's ready to go more than any of us know. nick's done alot for the SEC , he's made Auburn start recruiting much better players and I thank him for that. I dont appreciate the 40 point blow-outs but i hope he stays at alabama just to watch him squirm trying to stop Gus's HUNH offense. Dont leave nick we need a chance to get back at you for the last couple of years.
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I just don't see how Kelly's offense would work in the NFL, but I guess they know more than me. No way Saban leaves, though.
"We're all family here. Other people say, ‘Hey, we love our sports. We love this and that,’ but here at Auburn, we love Auburn.” Bo Jackson
I think the ONLY reason st. nick goes back to the NFL is his obsession with perfection. He was an absolute failure wiht the Dolphins, the decisions he made damaged that franchise for years and they are still recovering. He may want to prove that he doesn't have to be a failure at anything. I doubt he goes but to me that would be the only reason for him to go.
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