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Nick Saban should be the last one in the world to make a comment on how some one left a team. Boy! isn't his memory short. Has he forgotten how he left the Dolphins
only thing satan left was a bad taste in eveybobd mouth
Sorry. I can't hear what you're saying with this SEC Championship trophy in one ear and the Sears National Championship Crystal football in the other.Signed,Nick Saban
Anon #3, do you think LeBron cares all that much more about Saban than Saban cares about what us fans think (obviously he didn't care at the time)? Anyway, it seems reasonable to me that someone who has committed the same type of offense, even if it is of a lesser degree should be circumspect in how he criticizes others. Now if he had said "Lebron, take it from me, that type of behavior doesn't show leadership. I regret the way I handled things and you will too." That would have made much more sense.
LeBron James is an athlete who’s very successful at the professional level. Nick Saban’s success as an NFL head coach was less than desirable. One was loved by his city the other wasn’t. I’m glad Saban's gone because he would have dug an even deeper hole for the Dolphins if he had stayed a few more years. The success he’s having in the SEC is good for him and the University of Alabama and I wish him well. Saban leaving the Dolphins was the best thing he could have done. However the way both individuals left was cowardly, and neither should talk about the other.