What Did Nick Saban’s Wife Tell Him After His Surgery?
© Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports
Nick Saban had hip surgery last Monday and refused to rest up and recover. Instead he went straight back work. Here's what his wife told him after the surgery...

There was a great interaction with his wife on the Tuesday afternoon after the surgery:

Miss Terry, as Alabama’s five-time national championship coach Nick Saban fondly refers to his wife of more than 40 years, returned home only to find, to her horror, her husband standing in the driveway.

“What are you doing out here?” she asked.

Saban shrugged and deadpanned, “You left me all alone, and there’s nothing to do.”

“You’re not supposed to do anything,” Terry shot back. “Get back in your chair!”
(The Spun)
Filed Under: Alabama Sports


I'm having heart surgery on the 13th and going to work on the 14th. I want a headline Larry.
Reply17 months
Truly unbelievable reporting
Reply17 months
did he call Candi, Mrs. Candi?
Reply17 months
A Total Robot
Reply17 months
Miss TERRY is happy Nick supposedly won't need the blue pill anymore.
Reply17 months
Is the "Miss Terry" spiel not the most obvious attempt to seem human ever?
Reply17 months
Nick get back in your chair that's why I hired Butch and Marty for the summer.
Reply17 months
God, he married a real bitch.
Reply17 months
Is Nick Saban the only person to ever have hip surgery? .....Geez, I wonder if Nick had trouble taking a dump? .... Do Bama fans really have to know every movement Nick does and has?
Reply17 months
He was walking to the mailbox to mail payments. Recruiting doesn’t stop for surgery
Reply17 months
Holy shit, I can't believe I was blessed enough to read this.
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Reply17 months
This is BIG news, Larry. Thanks for keeping us in the know!
Reply17 months
Don't care
Reply17 months
How romantic! I wonder if Candy came to care for him. Who cares about Crimson Dwarf's driveway drama?
17 months
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