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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | January 13, 2016

Barack Obama calls Nick Saban to congratulate Alabama

  Nick Saban is cementing his legacy as one of the greatest college football coaches ever.

Nick Saban is generally a tough guy to excite, but a phone call from Barack Obama just might do the trick.

Saban’s Alabama squad edged out Clemson on Monday night by a score of 45-40 to claim the national championship. It’s Saban’s fourth title in seven years, and as great as Monday night was for the Crimson Tide head coach, Wednesday afternoon had to be pretty thrilling, as well.

A visit to the White House is likely in the cards for Saban and the Tide. It’s good to know that the head coach and the president will be properly acquainted.

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