• Nick Saban talk not going away in Cleveland

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 3, 2013
    Frankly, that statement seems like a stretch: There’s no inside information that Haslam actually wants to hire Saban, and there’s no word on whether Saban would be interested. As Alabama coach Nick Saban prepares to coach in the college football national championship game on Monday night, he can expect to hear some questions about whether it will be his last game at Alabama. And Saban has always looked for new challenges as a coach, going from the head coach at Toledo to the defensive coordinator of the Browns to the head coach at Michigan State to the head coach at LSU to the head coach of the Dolphins to the head coach at Alabama, and never staying anywhere longer than five years. And while it may be obvious to the Akron Beacon Journal that Saban is Haslam’s man, it isn’t obvious to other reporters who cover the Browns, some of whom have reported that Oregon’s Chip Kelly is the man Haslam is targeting. That talk has been out there for a month and won’t go away, with the Browns having fired Pat Shurmur on Monday. But he is still considered a liar and a fraud by many in this area for the shameful way he handled himself during his brief and unimpressive two-year stay with the Miami Dolphins.

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