This Biography is about one of the best Coach Bear Bryant including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Bear Bryant|
|Real Name||Bear Bryant|
|Nick Name||Paul William Bryant|
|Political ideology||Democratic Party|
|Personal life of Bear Bryant|
|Born on||11 September 1913|
|Died At Age||69|
|Died on||26 January 1983|
|place of death||Tuscaloosa|
|Family Background of Bear Bryant|
|Mother||Ida Kilgore Bryant|
|Education||University of Alabama|
|Awards||1961 – Paul|
|Personal Fact of Bear Bryant|
Paul William Bear Bryant was a college football coach who had an illustrious career as the head coach of the University of Alabama football team, a post he held for 25 long and productive years. Lauded for being the most successful coach in the history of collegiate football in the U.S., he led his team to a record 323 wins. He was as much respected for his moral strength and courage as he was for his discipline and direction that made him a strict albeit much loved coach.
Bryant, dressed in his trademark black and white houndstooth hat and sports jacket, watching the teams intently from the sidelines was a frequent sight during the warm ups and the games. A passionate football player from childhood, he led his team to victory in the Arkansas state football championship during his senior year in high school.
In spite of being a brilliant player, he never played professionally and chose to become a coach upon his graduation. He served as the head football coach at the University of Maryland, the University of Kentucky, and Texas A&M University before coming to the University of Alabama for his historic innings as the most successful coach American collegiate football has ever seen.
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