very confident that he will never have a squad coach signal for a teammate to feign an injury.very confident he will never retire and call kids cowards. we welcome him to be our coach as long as he wants to.
Rumors link Nick Saban to the job at Texas. Saban denies rumors. Wash, rinse, repeat. For the second time in the last two months, the Alabama coach has been confronted with stories linking him to the job in Austin.
We chronicled the latest such story earlier today when an AP report surfaced with an email sent to a Texas regent.“(Saban’s agent Jimmy) Sexton confirmed that UT is the only job Nick would possibly consider leaving Alabama for, and that his success there created special pressure for him.”
It didn’t take long for Saban to respond. The topic of his agent and Texas officials came up in a conversation with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi.
“Well I don’t know where these reports come from. I’ve sort of addressed the situation before. I’m totally committed to the University of Alabama, looking forward to the game we have this week and all my focus has been on LSU and what our team needs to do to play their best.”
Texas is 6-2 this year under longtime head coach Mack Brown. The Longhorns just hired Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson to replace the retiring DeLoss Dodds