NFL Media ranks Alabama HC Nick Saban as the No. 2 most attractive college head coach to the NFL.
NFL Media ranked Alabama HC Nick Saban as the No. 2 head coach in the country.
Alabama was announced Sunday as the No. 1 seed in the inaugural College Football Playoff.
Alabama HC Nick Saban was listed by USA Today as making $7.15 million this year.
Alabama was ranked at No. 1 in Tuesday's playoff rankings.
The latest USA Today coaches poll had Alabama ranked as the top one-loss team in the country.
Alabama HC Nick Saban said that his team's 59-0 win over Texas A&M three weeks ago was "close to...the effort, toughness and emotional excitement" that he had been seeking from his team.
When asked for his response to the first set of CFB Playoff rankings, Alabama head coach Nick Saban said "none of it matters."
Former Alabama QB AJ McCarron said the Crimson Tide lacks "true leaders" and wondered if HC Nick Saban "put the handcuffs" on OC Lane Kiffin during Saturday's loss at Ole Miss.
Alabama head coach Nick Saban says he never spoke with the University of Texas about its coaching gig.
The NFL has changed how it handles the Draft Advisory Board process, as underclassmen will now be given one of three grades: first-round, second-round, or neither, which equals "stay in school," according to NFL Network's Albert Breer.
At the SEC Media Days, South Carolina HC Steve Spurrier called Alabama HC Nick Saban the "greatest recruiter in the history of college football."
Sports Illustrated's Stewart Mandel portrayed the NCAA's defense in the O’Bannon trial as "tone-deaf."
ESPN correspondent Phil Steele ranked the SEC as the nation's best conference.