Will Reichard departed from his last game at Bryant-Denny Stadium as the NCAA All-Time Kicking Points Leader.
Reichard continues to add on to his impressive career with an outstanding season for the Crimson Tide. He is currently a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award, which is given annually to the best kicker in college football.
Saban was asked about Reichard’s impact on Alabama football during his time in Tuscaloosa Saturday after the Tide defeated Chattanooga.
“I don’t know if anybody had a more productive career relative to what their role is, what their job is, what they’re supposed to do in terms of his consistency, his performance, the way he’s improved through the years. His mindset, his leadership, and how he affects the other specialists on our team and how he’s helped them grow and develop,” Saban answered. “So, Will’s been a great asset to the organization for a long time and done his job about as well as anybody could expect somebody to do it.”
Reichard will look to continue to be a reliable and consistent performer for the Tide as he closes out his career.