More talk that Jim Irsay may fire Chuck Pagano, hire Nick Saban

AP

Colts owner Jim Irsay may be preparing to fire head coach Chuck Pagano and make a move for Alabama coach Nick Saban in two months.

Longtime Indianapolis journalist Bob Kravitz said on Mad Dog Sports Radio that Irsay isn’t satisfied with Pagano simply making the playoffs, as he has done every year he’s been the Colts’ coach. Instead, Irsay wants to see the Colts win multiple Super Bowls with Andrew Luck, and Irsay just doesn’t think Pagano is up to that task.

“Jim Irsay does not believe that Chuck Pagano is the guy who can take him to where he wants to go,” Kravitz said. “He’s talking about not just one Super Bowl, but multiple Super Bowls in the Andrew Luck era.”

Kravitz believes that Irsay wants Saban, and if Saban demands full control of the Colts’ personnel, Irsay would fire General Manager Ryan Grigson to give Saban the authority he wants.

“Jim Irsay is going to make the next coaching hire,” Kravitz said. “If he brings in a guy who demands full power, like, say, a Nick Saban, who I think he’s going to go after, if he brings in a Nick Saban, he’s going to have full power and that means that Ryan Grigson will either be kicked to the curb or he’ll have a different role in the organization.”

Kravitz said Grigson getting fired is “a 50-50 proposition” and will depend mostly on the type of coach Irsay can get: If it’s a big-name coach who wants total control, Irsay will show Grigson the door. If the Colts can’t attract a big-name coach, Grigson will stay and work with the new coach.

It sure sounds like Irsay wants Saban, and the only real question is whether Saban wants to coach the Colts. Saban has already won three national championships at Alabama and his team is currently No. 2 in the country. That could mean he has a good thing going and wouldn’t want to leave, but it could also mean that he’s accomplished everything he wants to accomplish in college and wants to take on a new challenge in the NFL. Saban’s previous tenure in Miami didn’t go well, but Saban has hinted that if he had full control of a roster and a franchise quarterback, he’d like to coach in the NFL again. Irsay may give Saban what he wants, and Saban may head to Indianapolis in two months.

122 responses to “More talk that Jim Irsay may fire Chuck Pagano, hire Nick Saban

  1. Sure sounds like no one asked Saban about it and I’d bet there’s like, oh 15-20 other franchises who might want him if available. Making $7 million a year with the best studs coming in every year or going to an NFL team where eventually you’d answer to the owner(loony tunes owners also) and oh, by the way, he flunked that last NFL exam, don’t bet on it. No way, no how.

  2. I think after the affair fabrication story Saint Nick has had enough of Tuscaloosa. I think he would jump if he knew he had a qb like luck waiting. Btw 7 mil a season isn’t close to top dollar for an nfl coach today

  3. At the end of the season Chucks contract is up. No need to fire him as your headline states. Grigson on the other hand will be fired.

  4. I do love how Kravitz not only writes unfounded reports about deflated footballs, but also conjecture about his home team. That will be sure to win over current Colts management. It’s a great when you don’t have to be accountable or actually have a source.

  5. The only coach i want will never leave his post. Most colts fan would burn down lucas oil if belicheck were the coach. Itll never happen, so its a moot point. I like pagano, but were never going to the rest of the coaches we need. As long as we just move on at the end and dont fire him. I do wish pagano the best.

  6. Does no one remember Saban’s last stint in the NFL? He wanted Drew Brees, and ended up with Daunte Culpepper (the broken down version), Joey Harrington, and Cleo Lemon. Talk about setting up for failure. I would love to have a defensive mind like Saban. I also always say, you need a coach that comes off as a jerk. Saban fits the bill!!

  7. I don’t think the Colts will get really good again for as long as Irsay is running the show. He was extremely fortunate to have Peyton Manning and Tom Moore create a juggernaut offense and he will not be so fortunate again anytime soon. Irsay is just not bright enough and has other “issues” preventing him from being very effective. Hiring and then firing the wrong people will be an ongoing issue.

  8. “Irsay isn’t satisfied with Pagano simply making the playoffs, as he has done every year he’s been the Colts’ coach…Irsay wants to see the Colts win multiple Super Bowls with Andrew Luck, and Irsay just doesn’t think Pagano is up to that task.”

    Pagano is half-way thru his third season. Dungy took four seasons before winning a Super Bowl.

    And Dungy was unable to win multiple Super Bowls with a QB who could actually defeat a team led by Tom Brady.

    I would say Irsay has gotten a little too impatient and deluded since he stopped doing drugs…

  9. All anyone has to do is read the newest Saban book. You’ll see he has unfinished business in the NFL. He may have gotten paid well by Miami but he didn’t have the control he wanted. He didn’t get the QB he wanted and he was frustrated. I agree that we’ll probably see him in IND next season w/total control. I don’t know who exactly will want to play for him but somehow players love playing in NE and they are both cut out of the same mold. AFC championship game in 2016 will be NE and a Saban ran IND. Now that’ll be a game worth watching.

  10. .
    Kravitz, along with Mortenson, were the first to report that 11 of 12 game balls were more than 2 lbs under game weight during the AFCG.

    He denied his source was Ryan Grigson and has steadfastly refused to admit he got it wrong. To this day he stands by the 11 out of 12 story.
    .

  11. I realize this is all just speculation, but the idea that an owner, any owner, would still give any coach total control even after all the examples why this doesn’t work is beyond ludicrous.

    Irsay appears on a path to out-snydering Little Danny Snyder when it comes to panicked, uninformed hiring decisions.

  12. Kind of too late for that Jimbo. Your team is turning it around nicely and ooooops, your star is hurt big time. Can’t blame that on your coach. Your stuck.

  13. Kravitz not only helped to instigate deflategate, now he’s called Larry Bird a liar and panderer because Bird stood up for the Pats. Who cares what Kravitz says about anything, he’s a sleazy hack.

  14. Irsay was actually more stable on drugs than he is off. You can’t just demand Superbowls and go about firing everyone until you get there. How is that working for the Browns.. Not content with “just” making the playoffs EVERY year??? Gimme a break. Fire Pagano and you may have one good year under the college coach Saban.

  15. coltzfan166 says:
    Nov 12, 2015 6:55 PM
    He’s not firing Pagano. He’s just no renewing his contract
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    There’s really not much of a difference. The great thing for the Colts is that they can move on and not owe him a dime. In reality, they made him a temporary coach on the hot seat by not offering him a long term deal. You can call it what you want, but the team is moving on from Pagano.

  16. Kravitz is the source? Can we get Mort to confirm it as well? That way Tide fans can relax a little

  17. This kravitz dude is such a clown. Whether it’s him, grigson, Irsay etc etc… This joke of a franchise literally can’t get out of its own way. And the “multiple” Super Bowl comment is a great example. Let me know when you hear the patriots talk like this through the media. That’s why they’re gangsters that are gonna continue to run through this league until Brady and belechick retire. Just sell the team Irsay

  18. Indy is one of the most disfunctional franchises in the league. Only we forgot how bad they were because they have one the super quarterback lottery twice now. Hall of Fame quarterbacks sure can mask the deficiencies of a franchise. Look how far they fell when Manning went down. When you have the QB the hardest part is over. All you have to do is build around him. If I’m Luck, I’m looking forward to being franchised. Show up as late as possible in the season. Minimize my risk as much as possible and then I’m looking forward to free agency where I’ll break all the contract records. Or I’m asking for a trade. Anywhere, including Cleveland, would be a better place to land. Well actually I’d rather be in Indy as opposed to Dallas or Washington. Luck on the Texans could be lethal.

  19. Irsay had a great coach in Arians and let him walk. Colts would already have a ring already if they had gone with him.

  20. If your an out of work Head Coach in the NFL looking for work the Raiders used to be taboo.

    Not anymore.

    Thanks to Irsay and Jones those banners can now hang at Indy and Dallas.

  21. Saban has already proved his NFL acumen is not so much. He should talk to Spurrier.

  22. Kravitz, Irsay’s butt boy in the local Indy media that leaked the deflategate story and then covered for the perp that leaked to him with an agenda.

    How would Kravitz know what Irsay thinks and may do if Irsay himself didn’t tell him? Does anyone think Kravitz would risk his gig by ticking off Irsay?

    Let’s ask Irsay if he also leaked the deflategate story to Kravitz, yes or no.

  23. itsfootballbaby says: Nov 12, 2015 6:24 PM

    Why would Saban want to leave the best job in college football to go work for a meddling drunk. Roll Tide

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    Best job in college football resides in Columbus, Ohio O H

  24. “paochow says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:13 PM
    Irsay had a great coach in Arians and let him walk. Colts would already have a ring already if they had gone with him.”

    Are you delusional? Arians was going to make up a 3o point differential in competition with the Patriots? They were going to beat the Seahawks? Your team is not that good and its not all on the head coach.

  25. If Saban coached Andrew luck and someone like Hugh Jackson or Sean Payton coached Mariota it would be very interesting to see Mariota vs Luck 2 times every year

  26. Can anyone tell me why Sabin would ever want to leave Alabama. JoePa had many offers to go to the NFL. He was even going to be given a stake in the Patriots. He knew a good thing when he had it and he was making 10 times less than Sabin, by choice. Perhaps I’m wrong but that is just my opinion.

  27. First, Nick Saban would have to agree to work for Jim Irsay. Second, the NFL has a salary cap so you can’t have the booster club assist you in stockpiling talent. Third, NFL players have already made it to the league, they are making good money and may not respond well to Nick’s motivational techniques.

  28. saban is not a pro guy…he cannot recruit in the NFL therefor he will not have loaded teams. He’s another Lou holtz-Spurrier-Chip Kelly , i.e., college coaches who have or will fail in the NFL.

  29. 2 Questions:

    1. Why on earth would Saban want to leave Alabama for Indianapolis?

    2. Why on earth would ANY NFL team hire this guy after what happened the last time?

  30. ctiggs says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:22 PM

    itsfootballbaby says: Nov 12, 2015 6:24 PM

    Why would Saban want to leave the best job in college football to go work for a meddling drunk. Roll Tide

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    Best job in college football resides in Columbus, Ohio O H

    ……………………………..

    Nope. Bama is the best job in college ball. In fact anywhere Saban goes ends up being the best job in college ball.

  31. He went 9-7, then 6-10 in Miami. The idea that he was a huge failure as an NFL HC is just plain wrong. He left in a very messy way, but there is zero proof he can’t cut it in the NFL. Indy is a much better organization than Miami, and he will have Luck at QB. Far different than running out there with Gus Ferotte or Harrington.

    The only thing working against Indy is the fact that he has a job that he will never be fired from, makes huge money, and doesn’t have to deal with salary cap, cuts, free agency, trades, ect. Also, at 64, I am not sure how willing he is for a total change.

  32. There they go again just like every year . They try and destroy Alabama football players focus heading into the playoffs … Saban is not interested in leaving Alabama, and when he does it will be to go to his lake house in Georgia … So Stop Already !!!

  33. I think Saban would have success in the NFL given the right situation. But I think he is too smart to make his 2nd chance in the NFL tied to a lunatic like Jim Irsay.,,,even with the lure of Andrew Luck

    If Saban wants to come back to the NFL, he probably will get the opportunity. And while Luck is a tempting enticement, Saban is too astute to be duped again into joining a team with bad ownership. Been there, done that.

  34. College football coaching is more about recruiting than coaching. Hard to believe Saban is satisfied with just being a “great college coach”. Do it at the highest level (NFL) and then we’ll get him in the conversation.

  35. You are NEVER going to win a superbowl with Andrew Luck… Luck is not a good QB. He is average at best and on any other team would be a backup.. The media just wants Luck to be Manning, Colts wants Luck to be Manning but he’s not.. He will NEVER even be close. There is ONLY 1 YOUNG guy that will beat Bradys and Manning records when it’s all said and done and that is Derek Carr

  36. In all seriousness, why in the World would Saban come back to the NFL?

    He is writing College Football History, and he probably does not want to coach against Bellichek in the Playoffs every year.

    I just don;t see it.

    The Colts need a better GM to give whoever the Coach is there better talent.

    The Colts are not far off, they need better guys in the Trenches, and then they will be on their way.

  37. It sure sounds like Irsay wants Saban
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    Um, no it doesn’t. It looks like a reporter thinks Irsay wants Saban. There is a big difference. Unless Irsay comes out and tells someone he wants Saban (he won’t unless Pagano has been fired already or he has another drug induced twitterfest) then it is nothing more than anybody guessing. The fact that a reporter is the one guessing does not make it any more tru or even possible.

  38. Pagano walks into his office every day worried about seeing a fired banner over his desk.

    And secretly hoping to.

  39. Kravitz is a one trick pony, he’s made a living at being irsay’ mouth piece. He couldn’t write a real story unless it’s been spoon fed to him! So yeah Saban will get an offer from mr. pill!

  40. tigerlilac says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:25 PM

    “paochow says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:13 PM
    Irsay had a great coach in Arians and let him walk. Colts would already have a ring already if they had gone with him.”

    Are you delusional? Arians was going to make up a 3o point differential in competition with the Patriots? They were going to beat the Seahawks? Your team is not that good and its not all on the head coach.
    ==================================
    I could not say it better. The Colts are not THAT good. There’s a real disconnect with reality in Indy.

  41. I can’t believe they would even consider someone as morally bankrupt as Nick Saban.

    That turd left in shame and he has the gall to want to come back.

    Amazing.

  42. Grigson is way closer to getting fired than Pagano. Not that Pagano getting fired would be a shock. But its much easier to replace a coach mid-season than a GM. If firing Pagano is a foregone conclusion, why is he still there? And then there’s the matter of the Pep Hamilton firing. Hamilton was Grigson’s hire and Pagano has wanted to get rid of him almost from the start, but Grigson overruled him with the backing of Irsay. Why would they suddenly give Pagano the authority to fire Hamilton and replace him with his own choice for OC (Chudzinski) if there’s even the slightest chance that Pagano goes and Grigson stays? Irsay may be friends with Grigson, but no matter how drunk or high he gets he’s smart enough to know that almost all of the team’s problems are Grigson’s fault and he won’t ignore that. Kravitz has it backwards. Grigson will be cleaning out his office the day the players clean out their lockers for the offseason. Pagano is 50-50 depending on which coaches are available and who is hired as the new GM.

  43. Since the beginning of the season the only way Pagano was going to have a job next year was to win the Super Bowl, He was out in preseason.

  44. Making $7 million a year with the best studs coming in every year or going to an NFL team where eventually you’d answer to the owner(loony tunes owners also)

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    Answer to the owner AND GM! Depending on where you are it can lead to a power struggle. NFL coach just not worth it.

  45. Until, like, Saban’s wife can weasel him into the USC job… then all bets are off…

    .. at least for a couple of months.

    Over/Under he stays with the Colts for more than 12 months.

  46. drudema says:
    Indy is one of the most disfunctional franchises in the league. Only we forgot how bad they were because they have one the super quarterback lottery twice now.
    _______________________

    That ‘lottery’ was rigged both times

    joetoronto says:
    I can’t believe they would even consider someone as morally bankrupt as Nick Saban.
    _____________

    With the colts that would actually be a positive.

  47. Nobody’s engaged in any conspiracy to distract Alabama football players. Only in the tiny minds of fans of one of the unpaid minor league franchises do they imagine that the major league teams even much care about them.

    Take your devotion to your community college quality school somewhere else.

  48. I think it’s possible Saban leaves now that he knows Bama won’t be getting a free pass to the National Championship game now that there’s a playoff.

  49. There is no way that Nick Saban or any other established HC is going to Indy unless they’re out of work now. Irsay will need to either choose a OC/DC from the NFL or a smaller NCAA school.

  50. “If he brings in a guy who demands full power, like, say, a Nick Saban……….”

    He was using Saban as an example. Never did he say Irsay definitely wanted Saban.

  51. Great story full of random speculation by a second rate story teller like kravitz. He did get one thing right both Pagano and Grigson are gone at the end of the year. Pagano will coach again but Grigson will be washing windows on an off ramp somewhere.

  52. Maybe Saban will also have control of hiring his own staff too. This would be just like in Miami! When only one staff member joined his after he invited to his entire staff to join him. Seems like coaches and players love this guy! Haha this is a joke. Saban’s personality will never mesh with the NFL players personality. Never! Bad move!

  53. He will be in AZ this winter as assistant HC…He’s not really HC material but a great position C…There is a special bond between Arians and CP…. Problem is 1..Irsay, 2..Gregson, 3.. Anyone they hire

  54. Oh well, don’t know if Saban would take the coaching job with the Colts but if he does that would leave my old Trojan Coach Lane Kiffin as a top candidate for the Tide. I’m guessing the Tide will end up a “bottom feeder” in a few short seasons if that happens ! LOL

  55. first things first……i will believe that Nick Saban will stay in Bama IF and only IF Nick Saban doesnt say a word about the Indy rumors, now if he says he’s not going to the Colts or Indy, then believing him is hard because we all know that Saban’s word isn’t his bond.

    As for the rumors, i can’t see why Indy would want him. he’s a proven failure in the NFL. he’s not good with Quarterbacks, even in college, he’s not real good with developing a QB. he’s great for defense and running game, but not for a QB. hiring Saban likely won’t help Luck develop, but it would help the run game and possibly the defense.

    i believe (unless he opens his mouth) that he stays in Bama, now if he opens his mouth, then i dont know where he’ll end up.

  56. draculalambert says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:34 PM
    saban is not a pro guy…he cannot recruit in the NFL therefor he will not have loaded teams. He’s another Lou holtz-Spurrier-Chip Kelly , i.e., college coaches who have or will fail in the NFL.

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    Um, Chip is 24-16 in his first two and a half seasons as the Eagles head coach and won 10 games in EACH of his first two seasons in the league (something very few head coaches have EVER done, even with the 16-game season we’ve had since 1978). The first of those 10-win seasons included an NFC East title that came with almost the same team that had fallen to 4-12 a year earlier in the final season of Andy Reid’s tenure in Philly. Chip also is learning to adjust.

    As for Saban, it almost certainly will be up to his wife, who likes being “Queen of the Ball” and may not want to leave. If she wants to stay in Alabama, I doubt Saban would give up the Tide.

  57. Irsay must be hitting the used prescription bottles again if he expects multiple Lombardi’s with Luck. The Colts only got one with Manning and that was only because they were illegally pumping in Stadium noise and turning the thermostat way up inside the RCA dome against cold weather teams. Manning may be the greatest post season choker of all time but Luck couldn’t even carry Manning’s jock strap at this point. Tanking a season to get Luck in the first place and then crying like little girls after the AFC championship last year has come back to haunt them. Oh wait a minute…Kravitz wrote this story? Forget everything I just said. It is all speculation if not outright BS being spewed from this number one “Dolts” mouth.

  58. Bob Kravitz has been disgraced for his Roger Goodell loving embrace of the made up Deflategate story. Why on earth would anyone place any value in what this guy types? Kravitz is a mouth piece for the NFL front office and for Grigson. His “reporting” has been completely discredited.

  59. The problem is NOT the HC! You have a franchise QB who gets pounded every game with no offensive line! Your head coach is a defensive coach and you give him no players on D. Grigson is THE problem. The guy has no clue how to build a winning franchise!!

    Signed – A Pats fan

  60. the first 1-2 times that stories like this came out, i got a little worried, at this point they just make me laugh. SABAN ISNT LEAVING BAMA….at this point it just makes the reporters look lazy that they can’t find anything/anyone else to speculate on

  61. How is there a problem in Indy? Didn’t they have a great year last year? I heard they raised a banner, so it had to have been a great year. LOL!!!!!!!

  62. 1trojan33usc says:
    Nov 12, 2015 11:42 PM

    Oh well, don’t know if Saban would take the coaching job with the Colts but if he does that would leave my old Trojan Coach Lane Kiffin as a top candidate for the Tide. I’m guessing the Tide will end up a “bottom feeder” in a few short seasons if that happens ! LOL

    lol…first of all… IF saban left, Kirby would be the front runner not Kiffin…and 2nd, the fact that a USC fan is talking about BAMA ending up a bottom feeder after losing a coach is quite funny….

  63. 1) Luck will play out his rookie contract and then beat feet outta town from this trainwreck of a franchise.

    2) He will sign with the most hated team in the league. (Hint – it’s the only team that plays in a privately financed stadium.)

    3) He will argue for the number ’12A’ but will be refused, settling for 13.

    4) He will spend a year watching #12 and learning at the feet of the master.

    5) The master will then step down after a year.

    MEANWHILE

    6) 30 teams will have conniption fits

    7) 1 team will go absolutely bonkers.

    8) The GM & Coach of the 32nd team will be asked what this all means, and he will reply – “We’re just looking forward to Cincinnati”

    You heard it here first

  64. @GO FOR TWO SPORTS says:
    Nov 12, 2015 7:53 PM
    You are NEVER going to win a superbowl with Andrew Luck… Luck is not a good QB. He is average at best and on any other team would be a backup.. The media just wants Luck to be Manning, Colts wants Luck to be Manning but he’s not.. He will NEVER even be close. There is ONLY 1 YOUNG guy that will beat Bradys and Manning records when it’s all said and done and that is Derek Carr
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    Please start taking your Xanax…………….

  65. Has Irsay been drinking again ? I don’t think anyone is up to the task that Irsay has for him. Last I saw, having the best QB, which the Colts don’t have, is no guarantee that you win the superbowl. Otherwise Brady, Manning, and Rodgers would have won far more rings than they have now. When the Colts get a good defense, and a good OL, they have a chance of winning the super bowl.

  66. So many ignorant Colts / Luck haters. How can any1 not like Luck…? 1 of the most humble, accountable guys I’ve ever seen. Always takes full blame, quietly fights through injuries the best he can. Never puts any1 else down, etc. I even saw some1 say Luck would be a backup on other teams above..lmao please, y’all just sound stupid saying something like that..He’s had a rough start to ONE season out of 4 where he’s been battling injuries.

    And for the record, all Colts fans want Grigson gone. And I want irsay gone as well but that won’t happen.

  67. administrator says:
    Nov 12, 2015 6:22 PM

    Irsay acts like Luck’s already won 2…

    238 – 25
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Really? If he and Luck had already won 2, he wouldn’t be so hot to trot to change things up completely.

    He’s desperate and willing to make wholesale changes to his coaching staff and front office for a better chance to win a Super Bowl.

    He knows Luck is a very good QB and he’s not willing to waste all of his career on the same old same old.

    Not sure that they’d win with Saban, but one can’t expect the same results when they continue doing the same things.

    It’s the G.M. that really needs to go. The team isn’t constructed well, bad O.L. that’s been ignored year after year… they’re old now too.

    So a new start with someone on the personnel side IS needed and pretty much any new G.M. is going to want their own head coach… so…

  68. Nick Saban has made statements that he wants to stay as the head coach of the Crimson Tide and then retire. I seriously doubt he would leave the Tide to coach the Colts next year. But then again, strangers events have happened.

  69. Sean Payton is the only NFL coach that makes more than Saban. Saban gets around $7.5 million with perks and Payton gets $8.0 million. Saban will probably get another $2-3 million out of this and he’s worth twice that and Alabama knows it and would find a way to keep him.

  70. As much as i’m sure Nick Saban likes coaching Alabama he may have done everything he could there. Plus he might want to coach in the NFL again and see if he learned anything from when he coached the Dolphins.However i’m wondering what might happen if the Colts are able to make the Super Bowl this year and even win it.That could give Chuck Pagano because if Irsay fires him another team might hire him.However back to Saban, i don’t think he’ll leave Alabama unless he got a great offer.

  71. Just a question here….
    What if, by the Colts firing Pep Hamilton, was the key to turning this around? The rest of their schedule is soft. Hassellbeck could win enough games until Luck is healthy. They win the weak AFCS and get into the playoffs and run the table.
    Would Irsay still fire Pagano is he could win a Super Bowl with this team this season?

  72. First of all, Saban is at the pinnacle of football, Alabama. Secondly, Irsay is part of the bottom feeder owners in the NFL (who wants to work for pond scum?). Thirdly, who wants to deal with over-paid athletes who, for the most part, could care less about the team and winning, and more about cashing their checks? Saban teaches ‘team philosophy’, something that is missing in the NFL. Oh, and RTR!

  73. If I were Nick Saban, I would avoid working for an owner like Irsay. Besides Luck is overrated and not in the top tier of quarterbacks. He will turn out to be middle of the road in the long run.

  74. Are there two coaches named Nick Saban? There was a guy by that same name who failed miserably when he tried the NFL. He was a heck of a recruiter, which is crucial to college success. He always had a much more talented roster than his competitors. He came to the NFL where he didn’t have a superior roster and he got his rear end handed to him. This wouldn’t be that same Nick Saban, would it? Geez, we’re not that stupid. Neither is Jim Irsay.

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