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WVDolphan
12-05-2009, 09:09 PM
Eat ****. Nick Saban is a ****ing beast. What a job he has done with Bama. Too bad he wasnt good at picking players in the NFL. With the right GM, Saban would be a beast in the league too. Best coach in the country.

Congrats Coach Saban on destroying the Gators and Tim Teblow in the SEC Championship and good luck in the national title game. :woot:

Roman529
12-05-2009, 09:19 PM
Saban is still a douchebag. I am happy for the Alabama players but I will never root for Saban, who is nothing but a liar.

Ricky_Fan34
12-05-2009, 09:23 PM
Great coaches and great coaches in the NFL aren't the same thing. Saban, is an amazing college coach. He is a mediocre NFL coach.

CedarPhin
12-05-2009, 09:30 PM
He's the best college coach today, hands down. He bent Meyer right over the sink.

JCane
12-05-2009, 09:31 PM
Saban is still a douchebag. I am happy for the Alabama players but I will never root for Saban, who is nothing but a liar.

Nick Saban did the right thing. If his heart isn't in professional football then he needed to get out. I respect the hell out of Nick Saban and don't blame him one bit for leaving and Dolphin fans shouldn't either. When it's all said and done, this guy will be the greatest coach in college football history.

WV, it's good to see that others see and respect the greatness of Nick Saban. I'm tired of Dolphin fans crying about the way the guy left Miami. Good for Nick Saban and I'll DEFINITELY be rooting for that guy in the title game. There's no doubt that I'm one of the most excited persons in the country over what he just did to the Gators. Those rednecks can suck it.

ROLL TIDE!

Namor
12-05-2009, 09:42 PM
Our "owner" Wayne H. did the most lying..not Nick..if you can't see that or
know all that went on back then ,..well you're just sheep.

Roman529
12-05-2009, 09:56 PM
Nick Saban did the right thing. If his heart isn't in professional football then he needed to get out. I respect the hell out of Nick Saban and don't blame him one bit for leaving and Dolphin fans shouldn't either. When it's all said and done, this guy will be the greatest coach in college football history.

WV, it's good to see that others see and respect the greatness of Nick Saban. I'm tired of Dolphin fans crying about the way the guy left Miami. Good for Nick Saban and I'll DEFINITELY be rooting for that guy in the title game. There's no doubt that I'm one of the most excited persons in the country over what he just did to the Gators. Those rednecks can suck it.

ROLL TIDE!

So great he is a great college coach.....he still doesn't have any integrity. He's no different then Bobby Petrino and Rich Rodriguez.

Vertical Limit
12-06-2009, 12:47 AM
Glad To See That Gators Lose!

Arsenal WV
12-06-2009, 01:43 AM
I didn't know Nick Saban was from West Virginia til a few weeks ago.

Come home Nick!!

Dolfan3773
12-06-2009, 03:35 AM
Florida losing and Tim Tebow crying on national tv = priceless...Thank you Alabama for making my weekend.

BTW Tim Tebow, Superman doesn't cry...GO CANES!

Awsi Dooger
12-06-2009, 03:57 AM
I don't care about Saban as long as he's not coaching any of my favorite teams. His press conferences verify what a lowlife he is, the scowls and contempt to anyone who dares to question him.

Ricky4Life
12-06-2009, 05:59 AM
I hate Saban. Good college coach, terrible NFL coach.

JCane
12-06-2009, 12:36 PM
So great he is a great college coach.....he still doesn't have any integrity. He's no different then Bobby Petrino and Rich Rodriguez.

Honestly, eff integrity. This is America. You go where your heart is and you go where the money is. Nick's heart was in college football and the money was in college football. It was a win/win for Nick Saban and a win/win for the Miami Dolphins.

In the end this is a business and it's really no different than your job. When you decide you'd like another job you don't tell your boss you're gonna start looking in advance because you depend on that job to support your family. But you're interesting in a career move. You look. You listen to offers. And you job B paying Y comes calling and offering you hand job A paying X out to dry. That's how America works.

PhinFan0202
12-10-2009, 05:46 PM
Nick Saban is a *** to the tenth degree. Screw him and Bama i hope they lose to Texas in the National Championship.

nyjunc
12-10-2009, 05:47 PM
Great coaches and great coaches in the NFL aren't the same thing. Saban, is an amazing college coach. He is a mediocre NFL coach.

I think he could have been a great NFL coach, he just didn't deserve total control.

Namor
12-10-2009, 10:15 PM
I think he could have been a great NFL coach, he just didn't deserve total control.

No one person can totally control a profootball organization.

Namor
12-10-2009, 10:16 PM
Nick Saban is a *** to the tenth degree. Screw him and Bama i hope they lose to Texas in the National Championship.

hey..a Gators fan...Roll Tide,bro.

Ricky_Fan34
12-10-2009, 10:21 PM
I think he could have been a great NFL coach, he just didn't deserve total control.
As Tony Sparano says, you're only as good as your last at bat. Saban's in the NFL wasn't too good.

When he took over for us, I honestly thought he would be a great head coach. Unfortunately, our whole team was going down hill at the time he came in, and our years of terrible drafting was snowballing and finally catching up to us. To be truthful, I don't think Miami would even be close to respectable if our 2008 draft hadn't been one of our best ever. If you really look at it, we've gotten so many players out of the last 2 drafts that contribute on a game to game basis.

2008:

Jake Long- Starter
Kendall Langford- Starter
Phillip Merling- Part of d-line rotation
Chad Henne- Starter
Donald Thomas- starter
Lex Hilliard- gets a reasonable ammount of carries

Those are are 2008 draft impact players, here's 2009.

Vontae Davis- Starts
Pat White- Not producing yet, but eventually will IMO
Sean Smith- Starter
Brian Hartline- Makes a lot of clutch plays
Chris Clemons- Ball hawk, not quite ready yet

In just 2 drafts, Parcells, Sparano, and Ireland have managed to find 11 good players, many of them starters. From 2000-2007, we probably found maybe 5? Pretty impressive what they've done with just 2 years.