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University of Alabama Football: Creating a Culture of Champions

Nick Saban was hired by the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team in 2007, and was pummeled by a 7-6 record that same season. Coach Saban brought in The Pacific Institute and put his players through the PX2® program during training camp in 2008. It didn’t take long for the Crimson Tide to become the number one ranked team in the country, leading to an eventual 12-2 record.

The Pacific Institute returned in 2009 to induct incoming freshmen and provide a refresher course for returners, which led to the BCS National Championship in 2010, and Alabama’s first Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram. Saban was named “The Most Powerful Coach in Sports,” and featured on the front cover of Forbes Magazine in 2008.

Because of the immense success the Institute has had with the University of Alabama’s football team, TPI has been asked to implement their curriculum with Alabama’s basketball team, as well as football squads from Oklahoma and Arizona State.


National Champions


Increase in Wins from 2007 to 2008


Record in 2009

University of Alabama

American Football

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Football (Soccer)

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