Legendary Coaching Tenure: Nick Saban retires after a remarkable 17-season coaching journey at the University of Alabama.

Unprecedented National Titles: Saban secured seven national championships, including six at Alabama and one at LSU in 2003.

Coaching Odyssey: Spanning 28 years, Saban's coaching career took him to Toledo, Michigan State, LSU, and finally, Alabama.

 Beyond Victories Saban's impact extended beyond wins, coaching the Miami Dolphins and becoming a philanthropist through the Nick's Kids Foundation.

Extraordinary Athletic Director Recognition: Alabama's Director of Athletics, Greg Byrne, hails Saban as one of the greatest coaches in any sport.

Historic Success in CFP Era:  Saban's teams clinched three national championships during the Bowl Championship Series and three more in the College Football Playoff era.

Commitment to Excellence: Saban's coaching record reflects a commitment to excellence with a 297-71-1 (.806) collegiate coaching mark.

Academic Achievements: Alabama football saw 656 degrees earned, including 103 master's degrees, under Saban's leadership.

Player Accolades: Saban coached four Heisman Trophy winners and elevated Crimson Tide players to secure 60 national awards since 2008.

Legacy Beyond Football: The Sabans' Nick's Kids Foundation distributed over $12 million to charities, reflecting their commitment to community service.