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Remembering Alabama football coach Paul 'Bear' Bryant on the 33rd anniversary of his death

Bryant died 33 years ago today of a massive heart attack while getting ready for a physical exam, just weeks after retiring as the winningest coach in college football history.

Alabama Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant's grave is adorned with a flag, an elephant, and an Alabama emblem. He is burried in Birmingham in the Elmwood Cemetery and Mausoleum. The Texas A Aggies, new to the Southeastern Conference, will travel to Auburn, Alabama, Mississippi State and Ole Miss this year. Monday, July 23, 2012. Photo: BOB OWEN, San Antonio Express-News / © 2012 San Antonio Express-News

Alabama Crimson Tide v Rutgers Universiy

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Jay Barker joins the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, but who is the best Alabama quarterback ever?

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"I'LL PUT YOU THROUGH HELL, BUT AT THE END OF IT ALL WE'LL BE CHAMPIONS.” BEAR BRYANT

National Geographic - October 1975 issue - Crimson Tide Football and Bear Bryant

Bear Bryant and Pat Dye. Roll Tide War Eagle. TFM.

Nick & Terry Saban, Mal Moore, & Paul Bear Bryant are all featured in my newest Alabama Football Tribute called Timeless Tide Tradition. View all of my available sport series artwork here: 13x16 Original drawing of Auburn Head Coach Gus Malzahn. I was fortunate enough to meet Coach Malzahn and he signed this artwork. View all of my available sport series artwork here: http://baylissgallery.com/artwork-for-sale/sports-series

Famous visitors to the Country Club of Birmingham, from left: club member and U.S. Golf Association Boardman Elbert Jemison, University of Alabama football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, professional golf legend Arnold Palmer, and President Gerald Ford.