HOOVER, Ala. (WBRC) - Alabama head coach Nick Saban doesn’t open up much.
But on Wednesday, with the veteran coach entering his 13th season with the Crimson Tide, Saban discussed what he wants his legacy to be whenever he leaves Tuscaloosa.
“I’ve been in two programs where they’ve had icon coaches - Woody Hayes at Ohio State and Coach Bryant at Alabama. In the one thing that makes those guys what they were and what they are is the number of players that have come up to me throughout the years in both those programs and tell me how much their coach impacted their life in terms of lessons they learned as competitors or the values that were instilled in them while they were in the program, the relationships that were developed. So that’s really the number one thing that I would like my legacy to be one day,” Saban said.