Saban at Alabama - by the numbers

skrayper77

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Nick Saban's career at Alabama, starting in 2007:

17 seasons
Overall record to date: 201-28 (206-28 on the field)
SEC record: 117-18 (120-18 on the field) - average of 1 loss per season
Conference losses after inaugural season: 14
Regular season losses after inaugural season: 15
SEC CG record: 9-1
Bowl record: 16-6
Post-season record: 25-7
Top 10 finishes: 16
Top 5 finishes: 12
Division titles (including shared): 13
Conference titles: 9
National titles: 6
Heisman winners: 4
 

dayhiker

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Nick Saban's career at Alabama, starting in 2007:

17 seasons
Overall record to date: 201-28 (206-28 on the field)
SEC record: 117-18 (120-18 on the field) - average of 1 loss per season
Conference losses after inaugural season: 14
Regular season losses after inaugural season: 15
SEC CG record: 9-1
Bowl record: 16-6
Post-season record: 25-7
Top 10 finishes: 16
Top 5 finishes: 12
Division titles (including shared): 13
Conference titles: 9
National titles: 6
Heisman winners: 4
Well, when you put it that way!
 

Power Eye

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There are two streaks that I thought we had very little chance at after the Texas game and that's keeping the national title streak alive for any player recruited by Saban who stays a minimum of 3 years and the #1 ranking at some point in the season for every year since 2008. We may not get there, but we've got a really good chance at keeping those alive.
 

sanjosecrimson

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Nick Saban's career at Alabama, starting in 2007:

17 seasons
Overall record to date: 201-28 (206-28 on the field)
SEC record: 117-18 (120-18 on the field) - average of 1 loss per season
Conference losses after inaugural season: 14
Regular season losses after inaugural season: 15
SEC CG record: 9-1
Bowl record: 16-6
Post-season record: 25-7
Top 10 finishes: 16
Top 5 finishes: 12
Division titles (including shared): 13
Conference titles: 9
National titles: 6
Heisman winners: 4
16 straight 10 wins or more. NCAA Record.
 

bamaclimber

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In Saban's tenure, Alabama has won 207 games, for an average of 12.2 games per season. In that same timeframe, Auburn won 132 games, for an average of 7.8 games per season.

In that timeframe, Alabama has won 75 more games than Auburn, or the equivalent of 6.25 12-game seasons worth of wins. Over 6 seasons worth of wins. Crazy.
 

DanoCanuck

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How spoiled are the younger fans who’ve never seen anything but the premiere program in college football? How spoiled are we all with 16 straight years of being a legitimate national championship contender? It’s such an incredible run the betting line on duplicating what Bama has accomplished would be astronomical. It’s likely never to be repeated during our lives and maybe never ever again. What a great time we’re living in.
 

tusks_n_raider

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CNS has also produced 74 All-Americans from 2007-2022

19 Were Consensus All-Americans
26 Were Unanimous All-Americans

He's had 122 NFL Draft Picks

44 Were 1st Round Picks

19 Top 10 Overall Picks

7 Top 5 Overall Picks

1 Number 1 Overall Pick

21 of those players were NFL 1st team All-Pros

11 Players are Super Bowl Champions

All of that is INSANE.
 

dayhiker

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I wish ESPN would publish their analytic tool results for a hypothetical game between FSU vs Texas and FSU vs Alabama. I imagine would both would be skewed heavily against FSU.
 

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