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And if Saban is considering retirement inside of five years, would he ever give out even a single hint, and allow the competition to get an edge?
Saban is more likely to hand off the program to a successor he feels will be able to maintain a high level, without much warning, like Bob Stoops did at Oklahoma.
Nick Saban, 67, recently had hip replacement surgery.
Financial sites estimate Saban’s net worth in the tens of millions of dollars.
Saban’s current contract runs through the 2025 season.
Those odds project that Saban will retire in 2023 or 2024, just before the contract ends, but after every current Alabama freshman has exhausted his college eligibility.
My Bookie also created a prop bet that allows wagering on exactly what year Saban will retire, with the following options (implied odds in parenthesis):-After the 2019 season: 700 (12.5 percent)-After the 2020 or 2021 season: 350 (22.2 percent)-After the 2022 or 2023 season: 300 (25 percent)-After the 2024 season: 300 (25 percent)-After the 2025 season: 175 (36.4 percent)-2026 or beyond: 650 (13.3 percent)Those implied odds add up to 134.4 percent.
He’s cemented his legacy as well, having tied Paul “Bear” Bryant for the most national championships by a college football coach.
Penn State’s Joe Paterno and Florida State’s Bobby Bowden coached until 85 and 80, respectively.
But for various reasons, they overstayed their welcome, and were not producing their best seasons when they got pushed aside.
It seems as though Saban can keep churning for years to come.
He framed his hip surgery as a way to ensure he can do just that. It’s hard to have the same energy approaching 70 years old as it is when you’re an 18-year-old college freshman. It’s a fool’s errand to try and predict what impact, if any, aging will have on Saban the football coach in the coming seasons.The man does not seem to age, delivering the same gusto at press conferences at 67 years old as he did when he arrived in Tuscaloosa at 55. He remains hands-on in practice, especially with the defensive backs.