NICK SABAN INDUCTED INTO LOUISANA SPORTS HALL OF FAME

Nick Saban

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<p><p id=”KY4O45Z3DNAQNL6OHK4P4FT2MY” class=”article__paragraph–left”>Several years after leaving LSU to coach the Miami Dolphins, and then to coach Alabama, Nick Saban was elected into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame yesterday.</p><p id=”PKLMLDZBFVH63LYSDCAFZASN2I” class=”article__paragraph–left”>Saban was among an eight-member class which was voted on by 35 members of Louisiana Sports Writers Association. Saban was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.</p><p class=”article__paragraph–left”>He coached LSU from 2000-04 with a 48-16 record, led the Tigers to the 2001 and 2003 SEC championship and won the 2003 national championship.</p></p><p>In his first trip back to Baton Rouge in 2008 and ever since then, Tiger fans have booed him because of the way he left and went to a rival school. During his time at Alabama, he has only lost one game in Tiger Stadium.</p>

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