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COACH BRYANT


Coach Paul W. Bryant

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View.... Coach Bryant after his last victory

View.... Coach Bryant in a blue houndstooth hat

View.... Old Bryant family portrait

View.... The other end

View.... Black and white goalpost lean

View.... Black and white of a young Coach Bryant

View.... Goal post lean

View.... Small photo

View.... Coach on Sports Illustrated cover

View.... Coach in his tower

View.... Victory ride

View.... Bear hug for Bebe

View.... Old black and white

View.... Another BW of Coach

View.... Coach in a Crimson hound's tooth hat

View.... Small photo

View.... Caught getting a haircut

View.... Coach Boarding A DC-9

View.... Small photo

View.... Small BW

View.... Coach in his office

View.... Coach Bryant and his wife

View....Coach Bryant with Coach Wade

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Creative Quotations
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COACH MIKE SHULA



COACH FRANCHIONE


Coach Dennis Franchione's Intro




Photo #2      Photo #3      Photo #4      Photo #5      Photo #6       Photo #7



Coach Fran's Assistant Coaches

Kenith Pope - Assistnat Head Coach/Recievers

Carl Torbush - Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers

Les Koenning - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Mark Tommerdahl - Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator

Stan Eggen - Defensive Line

Jim Bob Helduser - Offensive Line

Chris Thurmond - Cornerbacks

Lee Fobbs - Runningbacks

Melvin Smith - Safties

Ben Pollard - Strength and Conditioning

Charley North - Director of Football Operations

VIEW.... Another Page of The Assistant Coaches and Infromation.

COACH DUBOSE


Mike Dubose: Living The Dream



View.... Young Coach Dubose

View.... Coach Dubose's Iron Bowl victory in '98

View.... Coach Dubose and QB Andrew Zow

View.... Coach Dubose at work

View.... CMD and Bill Oliver before Bama Iron Bowl Victory

View.... CMD after '98 Bama Iron Bowl Victory

View.... Victory Ride

View.... Coach Dubose watching A-Day game

VIEW....A full page of CMD's Assistant Coaches.


COACH STALLINGS



View.... Young Coach Stallings and Coach Bryant

View.... Stallings' Championship ride

View.... Sports Illustrated "That Championship Season"

View.... Young Gene Stallings

View.... BW of young Stalings

View.... Football autographed by Gene Stallings


COACH CURRY

Coach Bill Curry



"I grew up in very modest circumstances. I was always the last one chosen. I was too short, I was too fat, I was laughed at by the other children. I was told by people I wasn't good enough, that I would never make it at anything I tried. In spite of these circumstances, however, I made an internal commitment to become a person who succeeded through persistence. I had very little ability but a lot of persistence. Just keep trying to find a way to succeed and you can do a it." A review of his achievements reveals that Bill Curry's commitment to persistence has indeed paid off.

Born in Atlanta on October 21, 1942, Bill Curry attended College Park High School. Curry received a football scholarship to Georgia Tech where he lettered for three seasons at center for Coach Bobby Dodd. He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1964, and was coached by the legendary Vince Lombardi. Bill Curry was an integral part of the team that won the 1965 NFL Championship and the very first Super Bowl in 1966. Bill Curry was traded to the Baltimore Colts in 1967, where he played under another legendary coach, Don Shula. With the Colts, Curry played in Super Bowls Ill and V and was named to the All Pro Team in 1971 and 1972. His ten-year NFL career ended in 1975 following brief stints with the Houston Oilers and Los Angeles Rams when a knee injury forced him to retire.

Though retired from playing, Bill Curry did not retire from football. Inslead, Curry began his coaching career at his alma mater, Georgia Tech, serving as an Assistant Coach. After a three-year stint as Offensive Line Coach under his old friend Bart Starr with the Green Bay Packers, Curry returned to Georgia Tech in 1980 as its Head Football Coach. During his tenure at Georgia Tech, Curry led his team to a 9-2-1 record in 1985 and a win in the All-American Bowl. For his efforts, Bill Curry was named the ACC Coach of the Year in 1985 by the Associated Press and the ACC Sports Writers. From Georgia Tech, Bill Curry went on to serve as Head Coach at the University of Alabama where he posted a record of 26-10, including one SEC Championship and three bowl appearances during his three year tenure. After posting a 10-1 regular season record, his 1989 Crimson Tide squad shared the Southeastern Conference title and earned the berth in the 1990 USF&G Sugar Bowl. As a result, Bill Curry was honored as the 1990 SEC Coach of the Year by the Associated Press. He was also the recipient of the Bobby Dodd National Coach of the Year award. Coach Bill Curry was named the University of Kentucky's thirty-second head football coach on January 8, 1990. In 1993, Curry's Wildcat squad posted a 6-5 regular season record and earned a spot in the Peach Bowl, which was Kentucky's first bowl game in nine years. Academically, Curry's Wildcat football teams set the pace among SEC schools. Kentucky led the SEC numerous times in academic all-SEC honor roll selections during his seven years as head coach.

Described as "fashion model handsome" in a cover story in USA Today, Bill Curry is an articulate and dynamic public speaker with a commanding presence who often gives motivational speeches to business and civic organizations. Having played under three of the best coaches in football history, Bobby Dodd, Vince Lombardi and Don Shula, Bill Curry applies the principles of motivation he learned from his prominent mentors. As a result, Curry understands how to motivate, inspire and challenge others. Photo #2

COACH RAY PERKINS.... born Nov. 6, 1941, Mount Olive, Miss., lives in Cleveland.

Wide receiver Alabama 1964-66.

Pro receiver Baltimore Colts 1967-72.

College coach: Mississippi State 1973, Alabama 1983-86 (head coach), Arkansas State 1992 (head coach).

Pro coach: New England Patriots 1974-77, 1993-96, San Diego Chargers 1978, N.Y. Giants 1979-82, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1987-90 (head coach), Oakland Raiders 1997, joined Browns as tight end coach in 1999. Photo



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