The best part for me about Saban winning and winning here is this: the Miami media HATES Nick Saban. They maintain he "lied" to "the fans" (translation: they think he lied to them) when he wouldn't reveal anything about his interviews for a new head coaching job.
Keep in mind, this criticism comes from the MEDIA in south Florida. The media that lies, on a daily basis, to its readers, listeners, and viewers.
So I am glad to see Saban succeed just to piss off the press.
I turned the game off at half time.
I’m pretty sure the Miami media hates Nick Saban because he coach rather poorly, seemingly incapable of recognizing anybody outside the SEC was even available to be drafted. After dismantling and abusing a relatively solid team and limping to a 15-17 record, the team that Saban helped put together wound up 7-25 after two years.
He’s a great recruiter and does a wonderful job running a professional team masquerading as an NCAA football team, but he couldn’t hack it in the pros.