If you don’t like any of the presidential candidates, it’s easy to write one in.
Some states require an actual process to become a write-in candidate, but this voter may not have cared. They voted Alabama head coach Nick Saban for President of the United States with offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin as his running mate.
— Nick Lough (@NickLough) November 8, 2016
Nick Saban’s success on a football field doesn’t necessarily give him the qualifications, but perhaps he would be the best choice among college football coaches.
He leads a large team of men and runs his football program like a tight ship. Saban also has quite a presidential demeanor although he would probably need to improve on his dealings with the media.
He coaches the No. 1 team in the country so he has experienced success, just not in the political realm. It does, however, beg the interesting question about a potential down ballot run. If Saban were to run for mayor of Tuscaloosa or a House of Representatives seat on the state level, he might actually win. There’s also a chance at governor of the state, but Auburn fans might have something to say about that.