NCAA football is underway again. Last season was a mess because of COVID. Nick Saban came down with COVID too. Even Saban got Coronavirus, but he got the last laugh. His Alabama Crimson Tide team won the NCAA National Football Championship again! He also had a player that won the Heisman Trophy too.

Nick Saban has won 7 National Championships. One at LSU and 6 at Alabama. His overall college coaching record is 256-65-1, that's a .797 winning percentage. He could go down as the greatest head coach ever in the history of college football.

Of course, he was at MSU as a coordinator of the defense when they won the Rose Bowl years ago versus Southern Cal. Then came back years later as the head coach of MSU before he departed off to LSU.

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Saban might have rubbed some people the wrong way, but everyone does once in a while. He makes in salary close to $10 million per season, but he is worth every penny of it for Alabama and all of college football. His work ethic to achieve greatness is off the charts. He demands excellence from his players and his staff. That’s the way it should be!

They will start this season with a new quarterback and new players. It doesn’t matter because he gets the cream of the crop of players every season. Young boys all over this country dream of a chance to play football at Alabama.

The question is, will Nick Saban win his 8th NCAA Football Championship? They will be in the mix!

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