Bear Bryant was an assistant coach for three teams (Union College, Alabama, Vanderbilt) and a head coach for four teams (Maryland, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Alabama).
Bear Bryant's last season with Alabama was 1982. He was succeeded by Ray Perkins who was head coach from 1983-1986.
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.
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Coach Bear Bryant won six BCS Championships at the University of Alabama, including 13 SEC Championships.
Bear Bryant spent 25 years as head coach of Alabama (1958-1982).
That was Gene Stallings who was Alabama's head coach between 1990-1996 and head coach of the 1992 national championship team.
To coach at his alma mater. Oh, and more visibility, money, and fame come to mind.
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Yes ... Bum was a defensive coach for Bear on the 1957 Texas A&M team.
No. Prior to taking over at the University of Alabama, Bear Bryant was the head coach of the University of Maryland (1945), University of Kentucky (1946-1953), and Texas A&M (1954-1957). Bryant coached teams against Alabama twice, both as head coach of Kentucky. On October 19, 1946 Kentucky lost 21-7 and on November 1, 1947 Kentucky lost 13-0.
The revered Alabama football coach is "Bear" Paul Bryant.
No ... Bear coached one Heisman winner during his career, that being RB John David Crow at Texas A&M in 1957.
According to Wikianswers own site, the answer is: "Bear Bryant accumulated a 72-2 record while head coach of Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium."
Bear Bryant was buried in Birmingham because he had family there. Although he was the most popular head coach of Alabama, he chose to be buried in Birmingham instead of Tuscaloosa. I myself am a Alabama fan. A huge Bear Bryant fan. Anything that has to do with Alabama football, I love.
1959 is the year Paul (Bear) Bryant returned the university he had played for and graduated from. Coach Bryant was at Texas A & M when Alabama called, his quote about why he left A & M was "Mama called"
25 ... 1958-1982.
Bear Bryant, the long time football coach at the University of Alabama was a Democrat. In 1968, had had 1.5 votes for the Democratic party Presidential nomination.
Paul "Bear" Bryant for Alabama.
coach Bear Bryant was the most famous person of Alabama
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