Nick Saban made one of the boldest moves in his coaching career when he played Tua Tagovailoa in the second half of the national championship game while his team was down.

Tagovailoa brought the Crimson Tide back into the game and gave them their 17th championship in programming history, giving Nick Saban his fifth at Alabama, six overall tying Paul "Bear" Bryant.

With his latest championship, where does this leave Saban among the greatest coaches of all-time?

Sporting News writer Bill Bender wrote an article on Nick Saban's legacy, and the joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discusses where Saban ranks among the elite coaches. He also recapped Alabama/Georgia and discussed Damien Harris returning for his senior season.

For more of Bender's conversation, make sure you tune into the video above the article. Don't miss The Game with Ryan Fowler weekday afternoons from 2-6 p.m.