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Bills

Brian Daboll left the University of Alabama for the Bills with two years remaining on his three-year contract and after collecting a bonus for winning the national championship. Daboll's contract took effect on Feb. 20, 2017, and was scheduled to run through Feb. 29, 2020, according to public records. He was to earn $1.2 million per year, which equals the No. 7 salary a…

Bills

For new Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, the lure of returning to the NFL where he had spent most of his coaching career and the chance to return home to Western New York were obvious factors in his decision to leave the University of Alabama. But was there another factor? The Tuscaloosa News reports that Daboll was frustrated with Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban…

Bills

Brian Daboll spent one season at Alabama and helped the Crimson Tide win a national championship. Daboll was named the Bills' offensive coordinator Sunday. Here is what some of the current Alabama players had to say about him during the season: Back Bo Scarbrough: "Daboll treats us like grown men. That's the thing that I like." Quarterback Jalen Hurts: “He has a g…

Colleges

ATLANTA -- Nick Saban made a quarterback switch at halftime and Alabama has its fifth national championship in nine years thanks to a wild overtime victory. Tua Tagovailoa hit fellow freshman DeVonta Smith for a 41-yard touchdown pass as Alabama rallied from a 13-point deficit in the third quarter for a 26-23 victory over stunned Georgia on Monday night in the College F…