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Paul Bear Bryant

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Iconic University or college of Alabama football coach for twenty-five years. He put together a profession record of 323-85-17 and led Alabama to six Country wide Championships from 1961 to 1979. When he was thirteen, he decided to wrestle a captive carry, thus generating him his nickname. He gained his first mind coaching work with Maryland in 1945, after that coached Kentucky from 1946 to 1953 and Tx A&M from 1954 to 1957 before overtaking the reigns at Alabama. He wedded Harmon Dark in 1935, and collectively they had kids called Mae and Paul Jr. He and Joe Paterno are two of the all-time winningest instructors in NCAA soccer history.

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Full Name Bear Bryant
Date Of Birth September 11, 1913
Died January 26, 1983, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
Place Of Birth Fordyce, AR
Height 1.91 m
Profession Football Coach
Education University of Alabama
Nationality American
Spouse Mary Harmon
Children Paul W. Bryant, Jr., Mae Martin Bryant
Parents Ida Kilgore Bryant, Wilson Monroe
Awards AFCA Coach of the Year Award, SI's All-time College All-Stars
Star Sign Virgo

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1Head football coach at the University of Maryland (1945), University of Kentucky (1946-1953), Texas A&M University (1954-1957), and University of Alabama (1958-1982).
2Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1986.


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Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Namath2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
1982 Liberty Bowl1982TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1982 Cotton Bowl1982TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1981 Cotton Bowl1981TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
Good Morning America1979-1980TV SeriesHimself
Bob Hope on Campus1979TV MovieHimself
1978 Sugar Bowl1978TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1976 Liberty Bowl1976TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1975 Orange Bowl1975TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1973 Sugar Bowl1973TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1973 Cotton Bowl1973TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1968 Cotton Bowl1968TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1967 Sugar Bowl1967TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1966 Orange Bowl1966TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1965 Orange Bowl1965TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1964 Sugar Bowl1964TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1963 Orange Bowl1963TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1962 Sugar Bowl1962TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1960 Bluebonnet Bowl1960TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1959 Liberty Bowl1959TV MovieHimself - Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach
1957 Gator Bowl1957TV MovieHimself - Texas A&M Aggies Head Coach
Fox Movietone Sports: Mel Allen's Football Review1952ShortHimself - Kentucky Football Coach

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Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Football Life2015TV SeriesHimself
30 for 302010TV Series documentaryHimself
Breaking the Huddle: The Integration of College Football2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
Fox Movietone Sports: Mel Allen's Football Review 3104 - Football Winning Ways1951ShortHimself - Kentucky Football Coach

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