"The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity. - Ellen Parr"
'If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?' - Steve Jobs
“I would rather live my life as if there is a god and die to find out there isn't, than live my life as if there isn't and die to find out there is.” Albert Camus
So three sources tell one reporter the idea of Saban to the NFL is nuts but another reporter has a fourth source who says it's a done deal.
(I always thought you weren't supposed to report unless you had independent verification from TWO sources, but what do I know).
Today's journalism: somebody says it may be true, report it.
You'd think back then GETTING IT RIGHT would have been important. But hey, it's not like anyone ever said, for example, "Dewey Beats Truman."
And the links just keep on coming:
Saban did effectively build a core in Miami and not surprisingly had solid drafts but college coaching always seemed the best fit for his personality.
Which is why a return to the NFL doesn’t seem to be in the picture for Saban who seems content to keep rolling with the Tide
(You know - if I didn't know better, I'd swear that Yahoo is just running a bunch of articles both ways so some clown with a self-esteem issue can say, "See I was right" whatever happens).
That situation has affected alot of things and people. Saban, Drew Brees, NO Saints. Just think of everything that has happened to those 3 things because the docs would not clear Brees to Miami. I for one think Saban will never go back to the NFL. He has 99% control over whatever he wants in college and is lucky to have 50% in the NFL. To many people to answer to for a results type person.
I believe the ONLY chance of Saban leaving is if after we destroy ND he feels he can't do anything else having 3 titles in 4 years and the most wins ever over a 4 year period in the SEC. If he did leave all we as fans can do is say "THANK YOU" and know the program is in good hands with Kirby. If Les Miles' goofy self can continue the 'process', imagine what Kirby can do seeing he has lived it for the past 10+ years. The 'process' has only gotten better over the past 6 years...
He might leave Bama when that little wall behind his statue looks like this one:
Well we all know that anything "can" happen. And that is what the rest of the country is dreaming about. Dream On Suckers!
Idk why this thread is still even up. It is pretty obvious Saban is happy at Alabama.