Miami Dolphins: No Apology Necessary, Nick Saban

June 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Multiple local media outlets have written about a recent apology offered by former Miami Dolphins head coach Nick Saban regarding his tumultuous exit from the team following the 2006 season.

Saban, who joined the Dolphins as head coach on a mega-money deal in 2005 after a successful coaching stint at LSU, was rumored to be considering a job with the Alabama Crimson Tide during the second half of Dolphins' rough season in 2006.

Although he initially denied any interest in his part, Saban eventually bolted for Tuscaloosa not long after the Dolphins' season ended.

No man was hated more in Miami than Saban after his departure, and three years later, many Dolphins fans still harbor feelings of anger, resentment and even hatred toward the team's former head coach.

In his recent apology, Saban expressed regret for how the situation played out in Miami, calling it a "professional mishandling" and saying he should not have answered any questions on the ...

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