For many years, fans of the 1960s Buffalo Bills have wondered why former Bills head coach, Lou Saban, had been overlooked for inclusion on the team’s Wall of Fame. Saban led the Bills to their lone AFL championships with victories over the favored-Chargers.
The pro-Saban chants seemed to increase in recent years – several articles were written and an Add LOU SABAN to Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame Facebook page was created. But more years passed, and still Saban remained on the outside.
Things changed today, however, with the first game of the 2015 NFL season. In a surprise move, the Bills inducted Saban into the Wall of Fame at halftime of their 27-14 season-opening victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
Bills play-by-play man, John Murphy, put together a nice article for the buffalobills.com website: