“Your character is the accumulation of your thoughts, habits and priorities on a daily basis.”

Nick Saban

Nick Saban is in his 12th year as the Head Football Coach at Alabama. Saban is in his 46th year as a football coach. All of Saban’s head coaching jobs, with the exception of a two year stint with the Miami Dolphins, have been at the collegiate level. Prior to coming to Alabama, Saban was the Head Coach at Toledo (1990), Michigan State (1995-1999), and LSU (2000-2004).

Saban has had a great deal of success in all of his head coaching jobs at the collegiate level. His teams have won more than 230 games while only losing 62. Saban has won six National Championships (LSU in 2003), and five with Alabama (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, and 2017).I feel the way many others do. Nick Saban is the greatest college football coach of all-time. He goes for his seventh National Championship Monday evening vs. Clemson. In fact, it’s the fourth consecutive year the two schools have faced each other in the National Championship game. First, let’s give Nick Saban credit for being a great Head Coach for such a lengthy period of time. He is 67 years old and is showing no signs of slowing down!

Nick Saban is extremely focused and very bright. His work ethic is second to none. He is a great recruiter whose football knowledge is off the charts. What more can you say? Well, you can say that Saban has a quality that all great coaches and managers have. That is, he does a terrific job of holding his players accountable. That is the way to get players to continually improve, and Nick Saban has been doing that for decades!

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