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Nick Saban’s Career Move: Announces New Job

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Nick Saban, the retired Alabama coach with a 28-year college coaching career and seven national championships, is joining ESPN’s “College GameDay” as an on-set analyst.

He aims to provide insights and perspectives for college football fans.

“ESPN and College GameDay have played such an important role in the growth of college football, and I’m honored to have the opportunity to join their team,” Saban stated.

“I’ll do my best to offer additional insights and perspectives to contribute to College GameDay, the ultimate Saturday tradition for college football fans.”

In addition to his role on “GameDay,” he will participate in ESPN’s NFL draft coverage and make appearances at SEC Media Days.

ESPN’s Chairman Jimmy Pitaro praised Saban’s addition, emphasizing his impact on the network’s credibility and entertainment value.

“Nick Saban is a singular, iconic presence in college football. He is also an extremely gifted communicator, who will immediately add even more credibility, authority and entertainment value to ESPN, including our esteemed College GameDay show,” Pitaro said.

Alabama, where Saban coached, has hosted “GameDay” 18 times and appeared in 55 games featured on the show.

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