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Scott Roussel of Footballscoop.com, one of the top websites for coaching news in the nation, is predicting that Alabama head coach Nick Saban will leave Tuscaloosa after the 2015 season.
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"I can't support it by reportable facts, and of course there is no pressure from the administration; but from folks in the profession, I keep hearing "Nick isn't happy," "Nick seems miserable," "Nick is very frustrated," and I can foresee the very real possibility that Nick pulls the rip cord and ejects from Tuscaloosa after this season. Where that parachute will land, well, that has to play out, but I don't suspect T-Town will be Nick's final coaching stop."
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SamuelClemens105 months
Only if ND opens up.
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Cheese Grits105 months
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SC is about to get another HOF HC!!!!!


I was thinking the same thing
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thatdude1985105 months
isn't this shite supposed to start after the season? We're getting started early...ehhh?
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cheeser105 months
I think he will coach as long as miles
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harmonics105 months
Since being at Alabama, Nick Saban has turned down every offer under the sun. I imagine he will at least honor his original contract and stay through 2016, then hang it up. That would put him at 65 years old, a well rounded retirement age.
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TutHillTiger105 months
He has already stayed a lot longer than all the coaches I know thought he would
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BuccWildBammer105 months
Lmaooooooooo
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Buttermilk Pancakes105 months
Malzahn gonna make his arse quit....
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tigerpawl105 months
And where might he go, pray tell.
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Ted2010105 months
It's over; Saban's done. He gone.
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Chris Warner105 months
Surprised he has stayed this long. Said as much in the Roundup.
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CockInYourEar105 months
SC is about to get another HOF HC!!!!!
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