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Nick Saban inducted into Ala. Sports Hall of Fame

Nick Saban at a November 2012 press conference. Source: WBRC video Nick Saban at a November 2012 press conference. Source: WBRC video
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban received another honor Friday as he joins the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013.

Saban and seven other sports heroes will be inducted into the hall Saturday evening. They include:

-Ronnie Baynes, Auburn athlete and SEC/NFL official
-Forrest Blue, Auburn and NFL athlete (posthumous)
-Eric Davis, Jacksonville State University and NFL athlete
-Bill Jones, University of North Alabama athlete, coach and athletics director (posthumous)
-Bill "Brother" Oliver, University of Alabama athlete
-Vickie Orr, University of Alabama athlete, women's basketball
-Dannette Young Stone, Alabama A&M University track athlete, Olympic medalist

The hall of fame is located at 2150 Richard Arrington, Jr. Blvd., Birmingham, 35203. For more information, please visit http://ashof.org/.

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