TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (al.com) - There is nothing Nick Saban loathes more than complacency.
The man is never satisfied, which is why he keeps trying to perfect the imperfectible while competing for national championships when he already has five in hand.
Even though Saban has long since figured out how to roll the ball over the crest of the hill, it's easy to formulate the impression that he's a successful, less-tormented version of Sisyphus.
Everyone was again reminded of Saban's unusual drive Wednesday when he was asked to give his take on the rebuilding job that Butch Jones has done at Tennessee. More specifically, the reporter querying Saban wanted to know if the Alabama coach was pleased with what he has accomplished at Alabama, as he restored luster to the tradition-rich Tide.
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