Alabama football coach Nick Saban (left) and Kansas basketball coach Bill Self.
Alabama football coach Nick Saban (left) and Kansas basketball coach Bill Self. File photos
Alabama football coach Nick Saban (left) and Kansas basketball coach Bill Self. File photos
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