Nick Saban might be the villain of the SEC, but he prefers his peers leave him alone and worry about their own teams.
His unmatched recent success as Alabama’s head coach and a public persona that few would describe warmly make him a popular target. Vanderbilt coach James Franklin and Florida assistant Tim Davis each likened him to the devil over the past four months, and new Arkansas head man Bret Bielema said he came to the SEC to beat him.
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