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10 Reasons Why Nick Saban Will Be the Next Coach at Texas

Nick Saban will go from Crimson Tide to Burnt Orange in 2014.
Nick Saban will go from Crimson Tide to Burnt Orange in 2014.

Alabama coach Nick Saban will be the next coach of the Texas Longhorns. Current UT coach Mack Brown has one foot out the door. Saban's agent, Jimmy Sexton, is already jockeying for position, eyeing a Lone Star State payday. Sorry, Alabama fans. It was a good run. But Saban is moving from Tuscaloosa to Austin in 2014. These are the 10 reasons why Nick Saban will be the next coach at Texas:

10 Reasons Why Mack Brown Will Not Resign at Texas

Mack Brown will remain the Texas Longhorns coach in 2014
Mack Brown will remain the Texas Longhorns coach in 2014

Mack Brown will not resign as the head coach of the Texas Longhorns. The 62-year-old Brown is feeling mounting outside pressure in the form of trending Twitter rumors, rambling rants on talk radio and powerful boosters opposing UT president Bill Powers. But no amount of heat is hot enough to remove the Burnt Orange head football coach. These are the 10 reasons why Mack Brown will not resign at Texas.

SEC Week 12 Preview and Predictions

Georgia visits Auburn in key East vs. West clash
SEC Week 12 Preview and Predictions

The biggest game of the weekend in the SEC will be at Jordan-Hare Stadium, where Auburn hosts Georgia. It’s possible (but not likely) that these two teams could meet up next month in the SEC Championship Game. Elsewhere, South Carolina hosts the struggling Florida Gators; Vanderbilt hopes to become bowl-eligible with a win over Kentucky; and Alabama heads to Starkville to play Mississippi State.