Nick Saban, a football coach in Alabama, appeared on The Dan LeBatard Show on Monday, and talked about his time with the Crimson Tide, and whether he'd ever return to coach in the NFL.
"I really enjoy what I'm doing here right now. I'm getting old now. I don't think we've got too many moves left in us. You develop a lot of relationships and loyalties to the players you recruit and the players you have on the team and the people you have in the organization. I don't think it's really fair to leave. I regretted when I left LSU because I left a lot of relationships there. Hopefully I'll be able to stay here for a long, long time."
Doesn't have "too many moves left"? Sounds to me like he's saying he's got room for at least one more move, though. And correct me if I am wrong, but nowhere in there do I read an actual denial that he'd consider going to coach the professionals. He never said "no." Paul. He never said no ...
Meanwhile, in Dallas ...
Jason Garrett is now waxing poetic about Nick Saban, how hammering home your message eventually takes hold. Bama fans will like this.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 17, 2012
Garrett in his press conference says nick saban is who he try's to be like as a coach. I would say he would be a good coach to try to mirror— Brett Pettigrew (@Bmpettigrew) December 17, 2012
How much longer until the Cowboys get tired of someone who's just trying to be like Saban, and just get the real thing?