A Winning Pedigree
Daboll is a winner. Plain and simple. He has five Super Bowl rings in his jewelry box and is batting a thousand in the College ranks after last week’s overtime victory in the National Championship over the Georgia Bulldogs.
Think about this. If you include college, Daboll has more national titles than Tom Brady.
Daboll won back-to-back Super Bowls in 2001-2002 as a Patriots Defensive Assistant and Wide Receivers Coach. He won one more as a receiver’s coach in 2005 with a 24-21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.
After much success, Daboll was unable to get back to the big dance with any of the other organizations he coached for until finding his way back to New England in 2013. The decorated coach won two more world titles with the Pats as the tight ends coach before being swayed into the college world by Saban last season.
For those who didn’t watch Alabama’s national title game against the Bulldogs, firstly, shame on you— Because it was an instant classic.
Secondly, Daboll led the Alabama offense back from a 13-0 deficit at halftime with freshman Phenom Tua Tagovailoa. Alabama scored 20 points in the second half to take the game into overtime where a Daboll drawn play allowed the Crimson Tide to claim their fifth championship in eight years.
That’s six national championships compared to Brady’s five.
Needless to say, he’s a winner.