The media up here seemed to think earlier this year that Saban would be ready to jump if the Bears had offered him the job (this was before Jauron coached them to a 13-3 mark of course) but that was due to his being friends of Jerry Angelo. So I know the idea of him leaving seemed credible enough to be taken as common knowledge up here a few months ago.
Wouldn't surprise me, Saban will leave for more money, he showed that when he left Michigan St.
Speaking of LSU coaches, I heard Gerry Dinardo SOMEHOW got a job at Indiana. I mean i know he had that HUGELY successful season with the OH SO MIGHTY Birmingham Bolts of the XFL, but how did HE get a job?
I'm really tempted to make an XFL joke here. Unfortunately, I can't think of one that someone else has never said before.
1995, 1999, 2000 Central Division Champions 2000 Eastern Conference Champions The Team That Advanced to the NBA Finals at the Expense of the Knicks (at the Garden) Your favorite team and mine The Indiana Pacers
BCS by-law number two breaks down the contractual obligations of the champions of the six BCS conferences to the major bowls, barring their selection to the BNC: ACC to the Orange, Big Ten & Pac-10 to the Rose, Big 12 to the Fiesta, SEC to the Sugar.