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1001 Reasons LA is Better than Florida: #7- Nick Saban, Big Fat Liar

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Miami Dolphin Head Coach repeatedly told the press that he would not jump ship and go coach college boys in Alabama for millions of dollars, today he announced that he is jumping ship and going to coach college boys in Alabama for $32 million dollars - USA Today

Miami Herald headline: The anti-Shula bails out as a greasy, dishonorable coward

Don Shula disses Saban on the way out: "My reaction is that Saban in two years was 15-17," former Dolphins coach Don Shula said. "I don't think that will be any great loss." - AP

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The Palm Beach Post has an idea:

Here is one solution that makes as much sense as anything else that has happened in the last 24 hours. Get Stan Van Gundy to coach the Dolphins, Mike Shula to coach the Heat, Shaquille O'Neal to guide Riley through therapy sessions following surgery, and Ricky Williams to write the foreword in Saban's next motivational book on never backing down from a challenge, sort of like the one Tricky Nicky wrote at LSU.

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