Nick Saban's Alabama career by the numbers

After 17 season with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Nick Saban is calling it a career. Let's take a look at his historic numbers during his tenure.

Jan 11, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban hoists College Football Playoff Championship trophy.
Jan 11, 2021; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban hoists College Football Playoff Championship trophy. / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
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How good was Alabama under Nick Saban? The numbers and records speak for themselves. Here's a breakdown that will make your jaw drop.

206 wins at Alabama

206 wins is the second most wins by a head coach with one program, trailing Bear Bryant who had 232 wins also with Alabama.

.874 win percentage

155 regular season SEC wins

155 regular season wins int he SEC is the second most again behind Bear Bryant with 159.

128 consecutive weeks ranked in the AP top ten

123 players drafted into the NFL

109 week ranked No. 1 in the AP poll

Alabama spent more time ranked No. 1 in the AP poll under Nick Saban than another other program in college football.

107 games against ranked opponents

44 players selected in the first round of the NFL Draft

17 seasons at Alabama

16 straight seasons with at least 10 or more wins

15 straight years with a first round pick in the NFL Draft

12 SEC West titles

Nine SEC titles

Eight wins over No. 1 ranked teams in the AP poll

Eight appearances in the College Football Playoff

Eight appearances in the playoff is the most by any program in football.

Six National Championship titles

Saban's six titles with Alabama tie Bear Bryant for most championships for one program in college football history. Saban does hold the record for the most National Championships in college football history with seven, one with LSU and for course six with Alabama.

Five SEC Coach of the Year Awards

Four Heisman Trophy winners

Saban has coached the most Heisman Trophy winners at four, tied with Notre Dame's Frank Leahy. He coached Mark Ingram in 2009, Derrick Henry in 2015, DeVonta Smith in 2020, and Bryce Young in 2021.

Two Paul "Bear" Bryant Awards

Two Walter Camp Coach of the Year Awards

Two Associate Press Coach of the Year Awards

Two undefeated seasons

This last statistic is probably the most impressive one out of all of them. Saban was a head coach for 28 season, 17 of them at Alabama.

Zero. Losing. Seasons

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