Nick Saban, Dolphins
Two years after leading LSU to a national title, Nick Saban took the coaching job in Miami. It wasn't a disaster, but it didn't go well either. During Saban's first year, the Dolphins went 9-7, and barely missed the playoffs. The next season, their lack of an experienced quarterback doomed them, and they went 6-10. After that season, Saban quit the Dolphins to become coach at Alabama, infuriating many Dolphin players.—Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
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