The answer: Nick Saban is a mystery.
There are still people who have no idea who Saban is.
There is still no answer as to why Saban left Alabama and moved to New York, or how he became the coach of the New York Jets.
The Jets have yet to hire a new coach.
There have been reports that Saban was in talks with the Dolphins for their head coaching job.
There was also a report that Saban wanted to come back to Alabama, but it is not clear if the Dolphins will give him that opportunity.
Saban has been trying to get back to coaching football since he was fired as Alabama’s coach by Nick Saban and Steve Spurrier in 1999.
Saban and Saban were teammates at Auburn, and Saban’s son, Nick Saban, has been with the Crimson Tide since 2006.
Nick Saban played quarterback at LSU, but he played for Saban at Alabama, where he was the defensive coordinator and offensive coordinator.
Saban spent two seasons at the University of Alabama after graduating from high school.
Saban coached in the NFL for 15 years before leaving for New York.
Saban left Saban and his Alabama team in 2000 to become head coach at Alabama.
Saban will continue to work with his son, and his son is hoping that his father will be a coach again soon.
Nick and the Crimson Crimson Tide have a lot to live up to.
Saban was an assistant coach for the New England Patriots from 1997-2000.
Saban is currently a defensive coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jaguars have yet for now to hire their new coach, and there is no timetable for that coach to be hired.
Saban also served as a coach for three seasons at Texas A&M from 2000-04.
Saban served as head coach of Texas A & M from 2001-05.
Saban, who left Alabama after the 2002 season, is a former coach of Florida State from 2010-13.
The Seminoles are currently in the process of hiring a new head coach.
Saban did not return a request for comment for this story.
Saban’s brother, Tony, is the current head coach for Tennessee.
Tony Saban was the head coach in 2015-17 at Alabama and his brother is the defensive backs coach for Texas A-M.
The Crimson Tide were ranked No. 1 in the preseason AP poll.
Alabama was ranked No 1 in all of the preseason polls.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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