See ESPN College GameDay story on Nick Saban, Miss Terry working with Habitat for Humanity

Erik Hall
The Tuscaloosa News

ESPN "College GameDay" aired a story Saturday that looked at the work Alabama football head coach Nick Saban and his wife, Terry, have done with Habitat for Humanity.

 ESPN's Gene Wojciechowski did the story on the Sabans. 

It included interviews with Nick Saban, Terry Saban and people that received homes from Habitat for Humanity since the Sabans started contributing significantly following the 2011 tornado in Tuscaloosa.

The Sabans have contributed funds to make 18 homes available through Habitat for Humanity. The number 18 represents the number of national titles won by the Alabama football program.

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See ESPN story on Nick Saban, Terry Saban work with Habitat for Humanity

"Those are the statues, those are the real statues," Terry Saban said comparing the Habitat for Humanity homes to the statues outside Bryant Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

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Richjetta Branch, principal at Tuscaloosa Career and Technology Academy, greets Nick and Terry Saban as Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa in partnership with the Nick's Kids Foundation dedicated the 18th house built by the foundation in commemoration of the University of Alabama's 18th National Championship Thursday, Sept. 2, 2021. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.]

Saban's Alabama football team is scheduled to face Auburn in the Iron Bowl at 2:30 p.m. CT on Saturday.

Erik Hall is the lead digital producer for sports with the USA Today Network. You can find him on Twitter @HallErik.