Which college football program would have the most interesting documentary in the style of “The Last Dance” on ESPN?
This is a question Reddit has been debating feverishly ever since the Michael Jordan documentary finished this past Sunday. The answer is incredibly simple in my very humble opinion. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
If you’re under the age of 35, there’s only one correct answer to this question. If any college football program is getting a 10-part documentary, it should without question be Alabama.
The Crimson Tide since the arrival of Nick Saban would be the definition of an incredible documentary. For those of us who are younger than 35, I’m not even sure there’s a close second.
Nick Saban has won five national titles with the Crimson Tide and turned Alabama back into a national powerhouse. There’s nobody who can touch him when it comes to coaching at the college level.
Ten hours of content following his rise in Tuscaloosa, his history, the legacy of Bear Bryant that covers the program and everything else would be awesome.
Imagine the episode about Lane Kiffin’s tenure with Saban at Alabama. I’m already getting the popcorn ready just thinking about it.
You know the idea is genius when an anti-SEC guy like myself is all in. I’d watch the hell out of a “The Last Dance” style documentary on the Alabama Crimson Tide under Nick Saban.
The best book I’ve read in years was “Chasing the Bear” by Lars Anderson, and I can only imagine what 10 hours of content would look like.
It needs to happen, ESPN! Let’s make it happen immediately!