Saturday, February 24, 2024

Shocker! Legendary Nick Saban announces retirement

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Legendary college football coach Nick Saban has announced his retirement. This news has sent shockwaves throughout the college football community.

Saban, according to ESPN, was interviewing candidates for his coaching staff at least one hour before his announcement. Now, those coaches will look elsewhere for employment.

Former Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban walks to the field before the College Football Playoff Semifinal Rose Bowl Game against the Michigan Wolverines
Nick Saban walks to the field before the College Football Playoff Semifinal Rose Bowl Game against the Michigan Wolverines (Photo by Ryan Kang/Getty Images)

“The University of Alabama has been a very special place to Terry and me,” Saban said. “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.”

READ MORE: Click here for our latest NCAAF coverage

The 72-year-old has been the Alabama Crimson Tide head coach since the 2007 season. He was 292-71-1 as a college football head coach. He also was 19-12 in Bowl Games and 9-5 in College Football Playoff games.

Outside of being the head coach of the Crimson Tide, he also served as the Miami Dolphins head coach for two seasons in 2005 and 2006. He also served as the Toledo Rockets, Michigan State Spartans, and LSU Tigers head coach.

Saban has won seven College Football National Championships. He won the 2003 National Championship with the Tigers.

Then, he won six National Championships with the Crimson Tide. He guided the Tide to the National Championships in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, and 2020.

READ MORE: Click here for our latest Sports coverage

Saban had been a coach every season since 1973.

“Simply put, Nick Saban is one of the greatest coaches of all time, in any sport, and The University of Alabama is fortunate to have had him leading our football program for the past 17 seasons,” Alabama Director of Athletics Greg Byrne said. “Throughout his career as a head coach, his teams have won seven national championships, 11 conference championships, and 312 games, and he’s developed an NCAA-record 49 NFL first-round draft picks and, most importantly, hundreds of college graduates. He is the consummate coach, mentor, and leader, and his impact is felt far beyond the football field.

Subscribe to our newsletter!

Follow Us on Social Media:

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Telegram, Tumblr, YouTube, and TruthSocial

Keep Independent Journalism Alive! Ad-free experience and Exclusive Premium-plus content.

Join our Paid Substack for additional content for $10 per month. This is ad-free content. We believe that what you read matters and great writing is valuable. Through Substack, writers can flourish by being paid directly by their readers.

Report a Correction or Typo

© 2007-2024 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.

Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
Latest news