SEC Media Days is just around the corner as head coaches and players from all 14 conference members will descend on Hoover to share their observations for the 2019 college football season.

Also this week, Texas Rangers owner and former University of Texas Board of Regents member Tom Hicks stated how Nick Saban had interest in the head coaching position at Texas following the dismissal of Mack Brown.

During Thursday's edition of The Blitz, former Alabama fullback Martin Houston dove into those topics and more during this week's "Deal or No Deal" segment.

For this week's SEC Media Days, all 14 head coaches from 2018 will be expressing their hopes and wishes for the upcoming season. When asked if all 14 coaches will be at SEC Media Days in 2020, the former Alabama fullback expressed his doubts at that notion.

"No, no deal. Two years in a row? Somebody's going to tank. Somebody out of that 14 is going to absolutely tank. Somebody's going to have success early and everybody is going to get hype and then they're going to fall off at the end. I'm not saying who yet, but they're going to get drilled down the stretch and then that fan base is going to think that they deserve the next Nick Saban and they're going to run him off." Houston said.

Find out what Martin Houston had to say about the Saban to Texas story, Clemson's competition in the ACC, Tua Tagovailoa appearing at SEC Media Days and the importance of keeping Dylan Moses healthy.

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