Nick Saban’s tenure as coach of the Crimson Tide speaks for itself: 100 wins, six SEC titles and four national championships.
But just in case you needed further validation of Saban’s success, Alabama created a tribute video to remind you.
During Saturday’s A-Day — Saban’s 10th as head coach — Alabama unveiled a nearly seven-minute-long video, chronicling Saban’s career with the Crimson Tide in what they call a “decade of dominance.”
The video starts with a voiceover from Saban at his opening press conference on Jan. 4, 2007, foreshadowing the future of the Crimson Tide.
“I think everyone should take the attitude that we’re working to be a champion,” he said. “That we want to be a champion in everything that we do.”
That’s exactly what Saban did in his first nine years as head coach, and the video shows a plethora of highlights that helped lead Alabama to four titles.
It certainly has been a decade of dominance for Saban. Now let’s wait and see how Saban plans to follow that performance in the coming years.
Relive the first nine years of the Saban era in the video embedded below.