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Nick Saban

Born: October 31, 1951 (age 66) in Fairmont

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Nicholas Lou "Nick" Saban, Jr. is an American college football coach, and the current head football coach of the University of Alabama, a position he has held since the 2007 season.

Saban previously served as head coach of the National Football League's Miami Dolphins and three other universities: Louisiana State University, Michigan State University, and the University of Toledo.

His eight-year contract totaling US$32 million made him one of the highest paid football coaches, professional or collegiate, in the United States at the time.

He appeared on the September 1, 2008, cover of Forbes magazine as "The Most Powerful Coach in Sports".

Saban's career record as a college head coach is 177–59–1.

Saban led the LSU Tigers to the BCS National Championship in 2003 and the Alabama Crimson Tide to BCS and AP national championships in the 2009, 2011 and 2012 seasons, making him the first coach in college football history to win a national championship with two different Football Bowl Subdivision schools since the inception of the AP Poll in 1936.

Saban and Bear Bryant are the only coaches to win an SEC championship at two different schools.


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Kevin Sumlin hires former Texas A&M colleague Brian Johnson as Arizona Wildcats' strength coach

Johnson's previous stops include LSU, where he played for the Nick Saban-coached national champs in 2003.
Harrison Daily

The 5 toughest schools for Saban to win title at

Nick Saban needs a challenge.
USATODAY.com

Videos for Nick Saban

News video: Todd Grantham on influences

Todd Grantham on influences 02:01

New UF defensive coordinator Todd Grantham has coached under Nick Saban and many others during a career that began in 1990.
Source: NYDN tronc -

News video: Alabama loses another assistant coach

Alabama loses another assistant coach

Alabama lost their defensive line coach to the NFL on Thursday so now Nick Saban is tasked with replacing yet another assistant coach.
Source: WAAY ABC Huntsville, AL -

News video: Westminster Christian's Michael Parker signs with Alabama

Westminster Christian's Michael Parker signs with Alabama

Nick Saban wasn't going to let Westminster Christian's first ever four-star athlete slip away on National Signing Day.
Source: WAAY ABC Huntsville, AL -

News video: Nick Saban makes an entrance at Cardinal Gibbons high school

Nick Saban makes an entrance at Cardinal Gibbons high school 01:12

Alabama head football coach Nick Saban stopped at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale Wednesday to take a look at some football prospects. He arrived in a helicopter.
Source: NYDN tronc -

News video: Buffalo Bills Snag A Key Coach Away From Nick Saban's Staff

Buffalo Bills Snag A Key Coach Away From Nick Saban's Staff 01:02

Buffalo Bills Snag A Key Coach Away From Nick Saban's Staff
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Source: Craig Kuligowski Leaving Miami, Expected to Become Alabama's DL Coach

source: craig kuligowski leaving miami, expected to become alabama's dl coach
Kuligowski has a connection with Nick Saban, having played for him at Toledo.
SI.com

Putting Alabama's No. 6 ranked recruiting class in context

The departure of several assistants contributed to a subpar recruiting class by Alabama's standards, but don't feel sorry for Nick Saban just yet.
ESPN

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