The other is an interview conducted on an Alabama radio station.
One talking about the possibility of Saban to the Browns.
The other talking about whether Nick is happy.
Those aren't related.
Now, people are taking both and combining them and using them as fuel to extend this subject.
What is glaringly absent from the interview with Griffin and Scarbinsky are their comments after the interview about their impression that the Saban's where happy in Tuscaloosa and weren't leaving.
There are things Scarbinsky writes I don't agree with. There are things he writes I do agree with. His job is editorializing on college football in the state of Alabama.
The one thing that Alabama fans will not escape, and neither will Saban until he retires for good, are questions about whether he'll move on to another challenge.
Personally, I think we're all better off served to take it for what's it's worth. Speculation. He's made this bed.
Bottom line: If he were to leave after this season we're better off now than when he took the job. Years from now I'll still look at these past few years and be thankful for what he brought.