Yes, you can bet on whether Nick Saban is going to Texas

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

The oddsmakers predict that head coach stays in Alabama.

With rumors flying about Alabama head coach Nick Saban possibly leaving to take over the Texas program, Vegas has responded with a resounding "ehhhh, probably not going to happen", via Bovada.

Week 11 Special - Will Nick Saban coach the Texas Longhorns for the 2014-2015 season?

Yes                  +550     (11/2)

No                    -1000    (1/10)

Texas recently made a change at the top, as former Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson has taken charge of the Longhorns' athletic department. Often, new athletic directors come with staff changes, and Texas fans and legends alike have made it clear that they're unhappy with Mack Brown helming the program.

The rumors, naturally, have turned to Saban, who has already cemented his reputation as one of the greatest coaches of our time. In 18 seasons as a head coach at four different schools, Saban has never had a losing season, and has won three of the last four national championship games.

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