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Turns out, the Alabama Crimson Tide is going to be dominating the college football landscape for a long time. After already winning six titles, Nick Saban has signed a massive eight-year contract worth nearly $94 million. It’s an insane deal that keeps Saban as the highest-paid college football coach in the nation.
Nick Saban Signs $94 Million Contract With Alabama
Brett McMurphy broke the news after Nick Saban secured the bag. There is a crazy amount of money floating around the college football world right now. Between the coaches receiving huge contracts and athletes taking advantage of the NIL deals, college sports are reeling in the dough.
BREAKING: Alabama head coach Nick Saban is receiving an 8-year contract worth nearly $94 million, per @Brett_McMurphy.
Saban remains the highest-paid college football coach. pic.twitter.com/soTro0pOdO
— PFF College (@PFF_College) August 23, 2022
Everyone Who Isn’t An Alabama Fan Is Shaking In Their Boots
Of course, Alabama fans are loving this recent transaction. This new contract keeps Nick Saban as the head coach beyond the year 2030. The Crimson Tide is going to remain a powerhouse in football for years to come. For that reason, college football fans of other schools aren’t too happy about Saban’s new deal.
Bruh this is gonna keep going through 2030?? pic.twitter.com/jvkptgCMU9
— Seb (@Sebtacular23) August 23, 2022
Nick Saban 🤝 Tom Brady
Making football fans hate their lives for eternity https://t.co/QaD32ziXGd
— Alison Renner (@alison_renner) August 23, 2022
I gotta put up with another eight years of this shit? Hate it here man.
— CJ “CJ Harris” Harris (@thecjharris) August 23, 2022
And the rest of college football weeps realizing he will never retire…. https://t.co/mI0HnA8fnP
— The Queen (@LisaSimpson24) August 23, 2022
Yeah. It’s essentially game over for the rest of college football. Alabama is going nowhere for at least the next eight years assuming Nick Saban fulfills the entire contract. Look for the Crimson Tide to be at the top of the rankings for years as Saban’s ruling continues.
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