Alabama coach Nick Saban retires after 17 seasons.

Nick Saban, the most successful college football coach in the modern era, announced his retirement after 17 years as the head coach at the University of Alabama. 

Saban won a total of seven national championships, one at LSU in 2003 and six at Alabama in 2009, 2011-12, 2015, 2017, and 2020. 

Throughout his 28-year coaching career, Saban compiled a 297-71-1 (.806) record, with a remarkable 206-29 (.877) record at Alabama. 

His teams won 11 SEC titles, including nine at Alabama, and he achieved success both in the Bowl Championship Series era and the College Football Playoff era. 

Saban coached four Heisman Trophy winners, the most in college football history, and he is the only coach to win Heisman Trophies at three different positions (RB, WR, QB). 

Under Saban's leadership, Alabama became a dominant force in college football, ranking No. 1 in the Associated Press Poll for 15 consecutive years from 2008 to 2022. 

His players at Alabama earned numerous accolades, including 66 All-America honours by 58 different individuals over the past 16 seasons. 

Saban's impact extended beyond the field, with his players earning over $2 billion in the NFL over the last 16 seasons, and his philanthropic efforts through the Nick's Kids Foundation, distributing over $12 million to charitable causes. 

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