Nick Saban turned 70 through the 2021 season, however the Alabama Crimson Tide coach does not sound near retiring any time quickly.
“Everybody asks when I’m going to retire,” Saban stated at a training clinic final month, by way of Tuscaloosa News. “Retire for what? I’m going to leap into an empty abyss? Of what am I going to do?
“Because the very challenges I talk about and the things in our profession that concern me, for you and for me both in your game and our game, that’s what keeps me going. That’s why I get up every day. That’s why I can’t sleep at night sometimes. Why would you quit doing that? I haven’t figured that one out yet.”
Saban has been the Alabama head coach since 2007 and has gained six nationwide championships throughout his tenure. He additionally gained a nationwide title throughout his time as LSU’s head coach. Saban is sixth in faculty soccer historical past in wins.
The Crimson Tide misplaced within the nationwide championship to Georgia in January and are the favourite to win all of it subsequent season too.