Friday March 25th, 2016

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Alabama coach Nick Saban and his wife Terry will own 50% of a new Mercedes car dealership in Nashville, reports The Tennessean.

Saban earned more than $7 million last season, during which he led the Crimson Tide to yet another national championship. While I praise Saban’s capitalist dreams to make more money on the side, it’s also here where I point out if a college athlete were as so much to appear in an advertisement for a car dealership, they would be forced to endure a Maoist struggle session before the NCAA levied some kind of ridiculous suspension on them. 

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Anyway, the best part of this situation isn’t that Nick Saban is now some kind of sleazy car dealership owner. No, the best part is the address of Saban’s dealership, where he will sell his luxury cars:

734 Envious Lane

That's right, a rich man will sell expensive cars to rich people on a street called Envious. Nick Saban is not one for subtlety.

– Rohan Nadkarni

[The Tennesseean]

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