Uconn would be a good fit imo.
Texas has the deepest pockets of any school, except maybe Oregon (that oil money is yikes.) Texas has the best in-state recruiting of any school except USC (because the florida schools split the state into three). Texas has good academics for a ginormous public school, and history. It's own tv network, a relatively easy path through its conference, and if the coach can recruit the southeast and midwest (hell nationally) then what's to stop it from becoming an instant powerhouse.
Saban could recreate what he has in Bama, but with better resources, almost immediately.
It's also probably be a less stressful job, because he wouldn't be president of the state like he is in tuscaloosa. Texans are insane about their football but there's pro sports around to take some of the media pressure off.
Schools like UCLA, Oregon, etc. thrive when the traditional powerhouses have down periods. That's not even a shot at those schools. OU historically snatches up the good Texas kids that can't make it into one of the Texas schools for whatever reason, primarily academics. UCLA's a basketball school. It runs LA currently because of the sanctions. Oregon was never recruiting Texas and Cali as well as it is currently (partly because the longhorns suck and the trojans do too/can't woo or sign those kids due to restrictions.)
There are the schools that will always be great jobs, and the schools that look like great jobs for 3-5 year spans and then not so much again.
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