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Nick Saban Named SEC Coach Of The Year

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Nick Saban has been named the best coach in the SEC for the 2020 football season.

The SEC announced the conference awards for the league Tuesday, and the Alabama Crimson Tide leader was voted Coach of the Year in the SEC by his fellow coaches. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

This was the most obvious award winner in the history of awards. Was there any chance that Nick Saban wouldn’t win CoY in the SEC?

The Crimson Tide didn’t just beat up on the rest of the conference. Saban and company took a blowtorch to the league.

 

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There isn’t a single team in the SEC that is even close to being as good as Alabama. It’s men against boys when the Crimson Tide are on the field.

The man responsible for that outrageous amount of success? Nick Saban. The dude already has six national title rings, and he’s knocking on the door of his seventh.

Even though I love ripping the SEC and exposing the conference, Saban is the king when it comes to coaches in the SEC. He’s a living legend.