In his nine season as the Head Coach of the Buffalo Bills, Saban compiled a record of 68-45-4 and led the team to AFL Championships in 1964 and 1965...His 68 wins ranks second all-time amongst Bills coaches, only trailing fellow Wall of Famer Marv Levy who finished with 112 victories...In 16 total seasons as a head coach in the AFL and the NFL, Saban compiled a record of 95-99-7. Before his coaching career, Saban was a single-wing quarterback at Indiana University and was the team's MVP in 1942. His collegiate career was cut short by World War II, during which Saban served four years in the Army as a Chinese language interpreter in the China-Burma theater.
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