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m2pro
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Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?

I'd say the topic answers it all. I'd say we had a hard time accepting ANY measure of normalcy when the Bear retired. I think this started from the top of our admin all the way to the fan.

I am about to be 31, so any of you who are older definitely correct me on how off-based I am, but we didn't get a reputation of firing coaches pretty quick for nothing... am I right?

Are we better prepared for whenever that does happen now?


JimMorrison
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
bama board


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m2pro
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
I want everyone's thoughts tho?


I Ham That I Ham
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
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Post-Saban era


I'm excited for this.


m2pro
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
ONE day... it shall happen. Better to try NOT to repeat the fall we suffered afterwards if we could avoid it!


Broyota2
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
Looking forward to it.


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reggierayreb
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
kill yourself.. I'm sorry, could you repeat the question ?
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14&Counting
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
God I hope so.......hopefully the admin. and the good ole boy contingent learned their lesson and we will find the next Saban instead of the next Ray Perkins


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Lieutenant Dan
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
You mean after SABAN steps down from AD?

Yeah, I think we'll be good for many years to come. This giant won't go to sleep for a while I'm afraid. Sorry SEC.




I Ham That I Ham
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
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This giant won't go to sleep for a while I'm afraid.


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Saban


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Chadaristic
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
Saban won't be our AD.


Lieutenant Dan
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Lieutenant Dan
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
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Saban won't be our AD.


Well, that was no fun.


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BamaScoop
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
I will probably be dead. Look while Miles has done with a saban established program. Had Saban not come back to college football the dynasty would be in Baton Rouge. Miles has been running on Saban fumes for almost a decade.
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FlukerFlakes
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
Saban has a son. Supreme rule will pass to him when Saban and the organization sees fit. God will shine down and bless him with the divine right of power that his father and the Bear had before him. He will lead his people to many a battle....and process many along the way. Many a crystal ball shall be plundered and his enemies will weep before him.

Praise the new Saban.


Lieutenant Dan
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CrimsonFever
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
If Les Miles can still have LSU competitive 9 years after Saban left then I feel great about our chances.


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CrimsonFever
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
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Saban has a son.



Adopted, doesn't have the same tiger blood.


Lieutenant Dan
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bamalee
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re: Is Bama better prepared for a Post-Saban era than it was for Post Bear?
If mal moore is still around and Saban leave's when the time is right and live's for a while after he retire's. I think what hurt the post bear era was he retired and then died. Then that all the bear wannabe's fighting over the bama job. I believe bama should go out and hire a solid coach who can coach above all else but enjoys recruiting and can handle the job. Sounds easy but I believe it will be hard to find.


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