A coaching nomad of three decades who was widely expected to leave Alabama one day, Nick Saban instead put down roots after the deadly tornado a decade ago.
10 years ago this month, the largest tornado in Alabama history devastated Tuscaloosa, killing 53 residents and injuring 1,200.@AlexS_ESPN on how Nick Saban formed an 'unbreakable bond' with the city: https://t.co/HUevzm3WD5
— ESPN (@espn) April 16, 2021
With A-Day + April 27 anniversary coming up, I wrote about how Saban and Tuscaloosa formed an “unbreakable bond” after the 2011 tornado
— Alex Scarborough (@AlexS_ESPN) April 16, 2021