I don't know.I think this is his final season.
“And I know a lot of LSU fans think I left for whatever reasons, but I left because I wanted to be a pro coach, or thought I wanted to be a pro coach. We loved LSU. We worked hard to build the program. If there was one thing professionally that I would do over again, it would’ve been not to leave LSU.”
It's not a Dolphins diss, it's an NFL diss. He wasn't cut out to be an NFL head coach, and he essentially just admitted so. Don't you go dissing my mullets, I mean Dolphins.You have to put the quote into context.
Most people have no idea Orange Beach exists and it is an awesome area.I can't really comment on Saban's "quote" but I can say that having lived in the state that is in between the 2 states in question, I'd rather live in the state that is in between the 2 states. I had a ton of fun in New Orleans, and I'd rate that over Mobile by a small, but fair amount. Orange Beach in Alabama is one helluva cool place(I spent quite a bit of my life living very close to the ocean) and is close to Pensacola, Florida and the beaches are simply freaking amazing. However, at the end of the day, I'd opt for the Mississippi coast if given a choice. View attachment 29659Orange Beach, Alabama.
View attachment 29660Biloxi Mississippi aerial view.
What mullets lack in quality they more than make up for in quantity, both in the ocean and on our team (well, until recently).It's not a Dolphins diss, it's an NFL diss. He wasn't cut out to be an NFL head coach, and he essentially just admitted so. Don't you go dissing my mullets, I mean Dolphins.
I think it’s a Dolphins specific diss, as much as the NFL.. While Satan is a great college coach, the NFL would have driven him mad and spit him out.You have to put the quote into context.