Interested In The Betting Odds On When Nick Saban Will Retire From Alabama?
Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
If you were betting man or woman, when do you think Nick Saban will retire from Alabama? Well, here are your odds, per The Spun...
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Per AL.com, the sports book MyBookie has created a prop bet on when Saban will retire. As of writing, the lowest odds are for “After the 2025 season” at +175, with approximately 36.4-percent implied odds. Saban will be 73 at that time.

The highest odds are for “After the 2019 season” at +700, while “After the 2026 season” comes in at +650. There’s hardly any chance that Saban would leave after next season, while expecting him to play until he’s 74 may be a bit of a stretch.

The odds are about the same for “After the 2021 or 2021 season” (+350), “After the 2022 or 2023 season” (+300), and “After the 2024 season” (+300).
(The Spun)
Filed Under: Alabama Sports

Comments

8 Comments
If I was Saban I would have someone place a bet as my proxy. I’m not above doing something like that.
Reply3 months
so the odds are highest in a contract year and after the assumed 7 year extension would expire ? ... riveting
Reply3 months
Don't care
Reply3 months
I hope he stays well past his time so LSU can rattle off a dozen straight wins against Alabama. As soon as he leaves, Alabama is going to drop off back to the average-ok sec program is was under shula. isn’t going to win there like Saban has.
Reply3 months
Dose LSU even have a dozen wins in the series?
3 months
Wonder if the hip holds up if T-Law gives him another arse smash.
Reply3 months
I think he stays for 8 more years. In a row.
Reply3 months
“Play until he’s 74.” Hmmm...
Reply3 months
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