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- Aug 28, 2011
They don't have any sentiment like that there. Strictly business. Like the Yankees use to be. No feelings involved, they only play to win championships and all their decisions start there.How he things he even knows who runs Alabama football is amazing.
Why try to get alumni Dabo Sweeney to come home when they will have Doug Marrone on staff.
This is pattenly false.They don't have any sentiment like that there. Strictly business. Like the Yankees use to be. No feelings involved, they only play to win championships and all their decisions start there.
It takes a lot to run that program from Saban. He's smart he won't hold on too long.This is pattenly false.
Saban runs the entire operation.
When he came in he told the boosters he was in charge.
They have to keep him happy.
3 years ago Texas back channeled an offer to Saban 10 years 150 million before they hired Tom Herman.
Saban didn’t want to go Austin because he had complete control of the boosters in Alabama by that point and didn’t want to have to do that again in Texas.
When he literally doesn’t pay for anything in Alabama.
The Tide boosters pay his mortgages on his property, pay for his cars, pay his for private charter plane service with Wheels Up, pay for his country club membership.
The boosters do whatever he says and whenever he says it while staying out of his way because of the success he has had.
Doug Marrone nice coach he isn’t replacing Saban.
Bama will try to hire Sweeney from Clemson because he is an alum. If he says no then nobody has a clue.
Really don’t understand your point.Whether he enjoyed it or not doesn’t matter. It was a challenge that he wanted to take on. Not sure why people should suspect anything. We don’t know what they want. It being the entertainment business doesn’t mean fans get to decide someone’s legacy or level of risk taking in their profession. They obviously don’t care about tarnished NFL coaching records. They wouldn’t have taken on the challenge if they did. They knew what the risks were. Most coaches fail in the NFL.
Why are you trying to guess what they were thinking when they make career decisions? You dont know. Thats my point.