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Nick Saban, Alabama in contract extension talks

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According to Fansided.com on Tuesday, Nick Saban is in negotiations with Alabama for a $7 million extension. A source close to the situation told Gil Brandt that the Saban and the Crimson Tide are looking to lock up the deal.

The timing for this news is impeccable at least. The story of Nick Saban’s contract negotiations came hours after Orangebloods.com reported that Mack Brown would be resigning from Texas.

With numerous reports of Nick Saban’s interest in Texas, it’s about time that Alabama stepped up to the plate to keep Nick Saban in the fold. However, there’s been plenty of smoke saying that sources close to the Texas Longhorns believe that Nick Saban is coming to Texas.

It’s widely known that Texas is richest program in college football. They can throw any amount of money at Nick Saban or any coach they want. Although Saban built Alabama back up into a national power, he may want a new challenge to confront.

If that's the case, there's no telling where he might end up.

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