Bear Bryant Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


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Biography Of Bear Bryant
Real Name Bear Bryant
Profession Coaches
Nick Name Paul William Bryant
Nationality American
Political ideology Democratic Party
Personal life of Bear Bryant
Born on 11 September 1913
Birthday 11th September
Died At Age 69
Sun Sign Virgo
Born in Fordyce
Died on 26 January 1983
place of death Tuscaloosa
City Arkansas
Family Background of Bear Bryant
Father William Monroe
Mother Ida Kilgore Bryant
Spouse/Partner Mary Harmon
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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