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Disagree, I think he will make the jump again. He's a competitor and nothing against the HBC but his style didn't translate to the NFL, Saban's does/should. Don't know why it didn't work out in Miami and I wouldn't expect his jump to be Cleveland, however if Dallas stays on the path they are, look for ole Jerry to come calling
Saban has said he doesn't want to be viewed as a mercenary. He's content with Bama, and more than likely will retire there.
If I recall correctly, he also said he would not be the coach at Alabama. I highly doubt he retires there. Past behavior is generally a pretty good indicator of future behavior, and everything up to this point indicates he'll seek a new challenge. He is the ultimate competitor and a product of the NFL. Another title at Bama, coupled with the right opportunity in the NFL, and he's off. And frankly, there's nothing wrong with that.
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