by Larry LeoJune 7, 2021
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In not surprising news, Nick Saban has signed a contract extension with Alabama football through the 2028-29 season. That allows him to retire at 77-years-old...
“University of Alabama Director of Athletics Greg Byrne announced Monday that head football coach Nick Saban and the University have agreed to a contract extension,” Alabama announced in a statement on Monday. “The new agreement will extend his current contract by three seasons to eight years and keep him in charge of the Crimson Tide football program through at least February 28, 2029.”
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