"It's always a difficult decision to leave any place, and it is a decision I am never going to make again," Saban said when asked about coaches moving from one job to another. "I am where I am. If they get a football team at Lake Burton, I might go there. Otherwise, I am where I am."Tuscaloosa News: Saban staying at UA, facing pressure head-on LIAR!!!!!!!111111111111111 But in all seriousness, though, it's nice to see statements like that being made, and it is even more re-assuring to have seen so little of Saban's name being mentioned in relation to the NFL and other job openings (both in legitimate channels and baseless message board rumor mill chatter). For a guy who has accomplished what he has the past two years, it certainly points to him spending the rest of his coaching days in Tuscaloosa. If nothing else, we don't hear anything even remotely close to what was coming out of East Lansing circa 1998 or Baton Rouge circa 2003.