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First of all i heard a rummer that i do not believe to be true "friend of friend kind of thing" but since it was about Bama i thought i would share it. He said Saban made a big investment with some land developers in 2007 that went south and everybody else that invested has gone bankrupt and Saban has refused to and that is why he is selling his lake house and might go pro because he needs a big check
Keep dreaming. The NFL will not pay him more than the 7 million he makes at Alabama. He is an unproven head coach and will not go anywhere for 3-4 years until he retires.
He's a partner in a $10M spec home at Lake Burton. Don't know if his partners are still solvent, but if they get $10M for that house, I'll eat my hat. They'd be lucky to get half that.
heh... they will never get it
Lake Burton is Prime Time. There is plenty of money in Atlanta, if the right buyer is found.
"....All I ask is that he be loyal to Georgia, proud of that jersey, and try like the devil to win." --- Wally Butts
your right, I know someone looking at it. 4-5 M now
It is a gulf coast shopping center, not a residential house. Everything that was in the original post is accurate except Saban isn't leaving Bama because of it. In fact, it may cause him to stay longer. It did hit a couple of big time Bama boosters in the pocketbook though. So we can take comfort in that.
Ya'll should check out this footage of Charles Barkley on NBA's tonight show, he is wearing a bandage on his head saying he went to Tuscaloosa to congratulate them on the championship, but was mugged and his credit cards are missing haha He's hilarious!!!!!
From the blog Dr. Saturday: Nearly 30 years after leaving Auburn, Charles Barkley still embraces the rivalry with Alabama. So much so that he went on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” on Thursday evening wearing a bloodied bandage around his head. When host Ernie Johnson asked … Continue reading →
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