Nick Saban has gone on an unprecedented run with his Alabama teams, ranking no. 1 in the country for (at least part of) 13 straight seasons. The Ringer’s Ryen Russillo takes a look back at those seasons to try and determine whether Saban has had any bad losses in that stretch, and reaches a surprising conclusion: His tenure with the Crimson Tide might actually be under-appreciated. Presented by FanDuel SportsBook.
‘Sports History With Ryen Russillo’: Does Nick Saban Actually Have Any Bad Losses With Alabama?
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