Column: Saban endures most humiliating loss of Bama career

  National Post 

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, Nick Saban knew his seventh national title would not come on this night. He stalked the Alabama sideline as he always does, barking into his headset and at anyone within earshot. There was nothing he could do. The greatest coach in college football […]

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