Of teams that he coached against at least twice, only Alabama (0-2) and Notre Dame (0-4). He lost single games to Colorado, Oklahoma State, Santa Clara, and William and Mary.
No. He was fired in the off season, having never coached a game.
There are three teams Coach Bear Bryant never defeated. They are the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish, University of Texas Longhorns, and University of Alabama Crimson Tide.
Can't remember his name, but the Washington coach was hired by Alabama and got involved in a scandal during the summer - never coached a game.
no he never did. until the 2010 national championship Texas was undefeated to bama
Mike Price had no record at Alabama. He was released after Spring Practice and never coached an actual game for Alabama. Mike Shula was hired to replace him, since it was at a time of year when coaches do not change jobs they were forced to hire a Pro Assistant.
Bear Bryant coached 38 years Joe Paterno beat his record in 37 Years. However Joe coached at the same school his entire career. Bear Bryant took over 5 loosing programs and did not coach at the same school his entire career making his accomplishment of 315 harder to imagine. Joe Paterno never beat Bear in 4 attempts as a head coach. No coach is given the checkbook or the power to do as he pleases until he has proven his self as a coach Bear did it 5 times Joe only had to do it once. Not trying to take anything away from Joe but imagine Joe's record if he had to start at 5 different schools with loosing programs or imagine the Bear coaching his entire career at Alabama. Joe beat his record in 2003 to be the best coach you have to beat the best coach and he never did.
Notre Dame and Alabama have played a total of 6 times. Notre Dame won 5 and Alabama won once. Surprisingly Bear Bryant never beated Notre Dame with 4 tries. Notre Dame leads the scoring with 112-86.
After the 1969 season, Bryant mulled a $1.7-million offer for five seasons to coach the Miami Dolphins. The money tempted Bryant, but he remained, saying he was secure financially and would never leave Alabama just for financial reasons. http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Bryant_Bear.html