Column: Saban Concerned About Bowl System -- And Should BeNick Saban is concerned about the bowl system.
Terry Foster: Nick Saban Is The Donald Trump Of College FootballMove over Bear Bryant. Nick Saban is the greatest coach in University of Alabama history because he is the Donald Trump of college football.
Saban Respected But Dantonio Revered In East Lansing"I think Mark has done far more than I ever dreamed that I could have done at Michigan State," Saban said.
Saban's Growing Coaching Tree Joins Titles As Part Of LegacySaban hired Mark Dantonio at Michigan State, where the Spartans head man worked as his secondary coach from 1995-99.
Michigan State Has Come 'Full Circle' Since Last Cotton Bowl“You know, as crazy as it sounds, I stood there and pointed at the ring that I had on my finger the day I was announced that I believed it could happen here, because it had happened here in the past."
How Good Is No. 2 Bama's Defense? Playoffs Will Answer ThatAlabama's defense has plowed through Southeastern Conference competition, preying on suspect quarterback play and corralling talented running backs.
Nick Saban: Dantonio Has Done A Better Job Than I Ever Did There"Mark has exceeded expectations of all of us in terms of what he's done at Michigan State and certainly done a better job than I ever did there," Saban said Sunday.
Nick Saban And Urban Meyer Screwed Things Up For EverybodyExpectations for college football coaches are always sky high. But, be careful when rolling the dice.
Plaxico Burress Blasts Nick Saban"A lot of guys got sidetracked by that, but I think this year coming up we've got a lot of guys that are not worried about the NFL. They're just worried about right now."
ESPN Writer Lists Dantonio Among Top 10 Overpaid College Football CoachesMichigan State has won at least 11 games in four of the last five seasons and has ended each of the last four seasons with bowl game wins.
In Harbaugh, Michigan Hopes To Find Its SabanMichigan needed a game-changer.
Josh McDaniels Is In The Mix For A Head Coaching PositionNew England's offensive coordinator says he's happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.