demiurge \DEM-ee-urj\ , noun:
1. Philosophy. A. Platonism. The artificer of the world. B. (In the Gnostic and certain other systems) a supernatural being imagined as creating or fashioning the world in subordination to the Supreme Being, and sometimes regarded as the originator of evil.
2. (In many states of ancient Greece) a public official or magistrate.
Larger than a mere football coach, Nick Saban is a manifest presence in the SEC, a demiurge that builds and restores, but in doing so engenders a hatred the likes of which we've never seen.