Nick Saban is firmly entrenched as Alabama’s head coach. But obviously he won’t be the Crimson Tide’s coach forever.

Would former Alabama wide receiver Dabo Swinney consider leaving Clemson to become the head coach at his alma mater one day?

Clemson’s head coach was asked that question on Thursday by Jon Solomon of CBS Sports. He didn’t say no, but he also didn’t say yes.

“You don’t ever say never,” Swinney told CBS. “You don’t ever know what the circumstances would be at any given time. First of all, Alabama may never, ever call me and I would never have a problem with that. They’ve got to do what they’ve got to do. My deal is to be great where I’m at. I had opportunities to leave Alabama. I had opportunities to leave Clemson. But I’ve just never been that guy about the next job. I’m about the job I’ve got.”

Clemson is currently 10-0 and ranked No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings. The Tigers can wrap up a spot in this year’s playoffs with wins over 3-7 Wake Forest and 3-7 South Carolina and a victory in the ACC Championship Game.

Saban and the Crimson Tide could be joining Swinney’s team in the playoffs. They are 9-1 and are No. 2 in the CFP rankings. Alabama will face Charleston Southern, an FCS school, this week and Auburn next week. If the Crimson Tide beat Auburn, they will face Florida in the SEC Championship Game, with the winner likely earning a spot in the playoffs.