Alabama Is Hiring Former NFL Coach To Replace Steve Sarkisian As O-Coordinator
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Makes sense why he was in Tuscaloosa last week. According to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports, Alabama intends to hire former Texans head coach Bill O’Brien as the team’s new offensive coordinator...
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I’m just glad we beat them in 2019. I feel good about beating them again in 2021.
Reply14 days
How soon will Doug Peterson be there as an analyst?
Reply14 days
and Bama won't miss a beat, even after losing Mac Jones, Devonta, Najee, and a ton of OL and defensive guys. They'll have a RS freshman QB, but won't make the "youth" excuse or the "new coach" excuse.
Reply14 days
They will miss a beat, its 2021 year time to get fans in the stands, bama won a mickey mouse game for the ship. No one in the stands barely, no one in the stands all year practically. It was expected bama win the game vs bucks when have zero pressure.
14 days
So now the head coach and OC are both former NFL coaches who failed at the next level. Bold strategy.
Reply14 days
Matters not a whit.
14 days
they've won 6 championships since 2009 you moron. pretty sure they're okay with whatever strategy saban takes.
14 days
The same man who at one point had Watson, Fuller, and Hopkins all on the same team and still got fired?
Reply15 days
Thats how you do it, have replacements already lined up. Dont shop around for weeks like a chicken with your head cut off
Reply15 days
Contrary to what most LSU fans believe, Sa(t)an is the only coach that can actually operate this way. Name ONE other coach that currently has the system, track record, credibility and history to be able to consistently do things the way that Sa(t)an does???
15 days
jm_1776 is 100% correct. What other college coach would Bill O’Brien be willing to work under? Saban’s talent pool is simply larger than every else’s.
15 days
Here’s Saban’s replacement after he retires at the end next season.
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