Nick Saban, 72, Retiring After 17 Season at Alabama

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Legendary Alabama Coach Nick Saban Announce Retirement

Alabama Crimson Tide Coach Nick Saban retiring after 17 seasons with Alabama Crimson Tide, he announced his retirement on Wednesday,

He is one of college football's great coaches, who won seven national championships and resurrected Alabama as a major player in the country, winning six of those titles.


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“Saban said in a statement,” The University of Alabama has been a very special place to Terry and me," We have enjoyed every minute of our 17 years being the head coach at Alabama as well as becoming a part of the Tuscaloosa community. It is not just about how many games we won and lost, but it's about the legacy and how we went about it. We always tried to do it the right way. The goal was always to help players create more value for their future, be the best player they could be, and be more successful in life because they were part of the program.
"Hopefully, we have done that, and we will always consider Alabama our home."

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Saban won seven national championships, six at Alabama (matching Paul "Bear" Bryant) and one at LSU, which is a record unlikely to ever be broken. It might as well be written in stone, especially in an era where it has never been more difficult to win a national championship.

What Is Nick Saban Most Known For?

Nick Saban is 72 years old, he married Anna Mihaly and has children one daughter(Kristen Saban) and one son(Nicholas Saban)
Networth: Nick Saban's net worth in 2024 is $70 million.

He won seven national titles as head coach, the most in college football history.
In addition to leading the Alabama Crimson Tide to BCS and AP national titles in 2009, 2011, and 2012, as well as College Football Playoff titles in 2015, 2017, and 2020, Saban also guided the LSU Tigers to a BCS national championship in 2003.

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