I was excited when Nick Saban arrived at the University of Alabama in 1995 to be the first head coach in school history.
I had been an assistant on the Crimson’s staff from 1994 to 1997, where I had also worked for the University at Albany, a program I had attended at age 13, as a cheerleader and also as a student athlete.
Saban’s first job was as an assistant at Auburn, and he was fired after a 1-7 season that included a loss to the University’s famed Tigers.
While he was not immediately named the next head coach, he was named the interim head coach when he was given the reins at Alabama in 2001.
Since then, he has guided the Crimson to four national championships and four bowl games.
While I had not heard of Saban until he took the Alabama job in 2001, I had seen cartoons of him on television, and my interest in his coaching style and his football program grew over the years.
The cartoon character “The Cat” was a favorite of mine, and I loved the idea of Saban hiring cartoon characters to fill his head coaching vacancies.
But I was never the only one who felt this way.
When I was a junior in college, I drew cartoons of myself as a Cat, and at a friend’s suggestion I drew one of Saban and Alabama’s current offensive coordinator, Lane Kiffin.
The drawing was a great success, and Kiffin immediately offered me the job at Alabama.
The rest is history.
Nick Saban, who has been at Alabama since 1997, has led the Crimson from the first bowl game in 1997 to the first in 2018.
Here are some of my favorites.
The Cat, a cartoon character with a history of running up the score in Alabama football, is still a favorite at Alabama, and the school is still in the national championship game.
(Photo credit: Matt Rourke/Associated Press) The Cat in Alabama.
(Nick Saban) I had a great time drawing Saban.
He was such a great coach and such a fun guy to be around.
He loved cartoon characters and cartoon sports and cartoons.
He didn’t mind drawing a cartoon version of himself, and it just happened to be a cat.
Saban is so big on drawing cartoons.
The one cartoon I did in the drawing studio was for “The Bobo Show,” which was a show on ESPN called “The Big Cat.”
It was a cartoon about a guy who is a cat who gets his name from a bobcat, and in one of the cartoons, the Bobo is sitting in the middle of a bar and drinking.
I didn’t know what to make of it, so I asked Saban what he thought about the cartoon and he said, “Well, it’s funny, but you don’t get to be Bobo.
It’s just a cartoon.”
That made sense.
Saban loves cartoons, and when he’s not working with cartoons, he’s drawing them.
One of his favorite cartoons is a cartoon of him in a tiger suit, with a tiger on his head and a bow tie on his neck.
That cartoon is always a hit at Saban’s office.
The “Bobo Show” cartoon is one of his favorites, and every year at Alabama football games, Saban will call a special edition of the cartoon called “the Bobo Book.”
The Bobo book is usually about the season before the football season.
It has all the games, all the results and the score line, and Saban will draw a cartoon featuring the team’s record, the score and the win.
Saban and Kachi also have a favorite cartoon, and a lot of people think it is the Boby Hat Trick.
That’s a cartoon with a guy in a clown mask, with an orange wig and an orange shirt.
It looks like a joke, but the idea is the guy is a clown who gets in trouble for clowning around.
Saban has also had a lot to do with the creation of some of the most famous cartoons in the world, and many of them are based on his work.
He has made some famous cartoons, like this one with The Cheerleader from the animated television show “Cheers.”
(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) In one of my favorite cartoons, “The Cheerleading,” Saban has the title character dressed as a Cheerleaders cheerleader.
It is a hilarious cartoon.
It takes place at the end of the third quarter, and they are about to lose the game.
They are running to the end zone when they see the endzone camera, and one of them, the Cheer Leader, is running up to them with her hat on and her tail between her legs.
She is wearing a pink T-shirt, her hair tied back and her heels off.
She says, “Oh, you want to see this?
So they start laughing, and she starts cheering.