Coach Paul Bear Bryant
Paul “Bear” Bryant played his college football at the University of Alabama, helping to lead his team to a win in the 1935 Rose Bowl over Stanford, going 10-0-0 and winning the 1934 National Championship. He was head football coach at University of Maryland, the University of Kentucky, and Texas A&M University before returning to Tuscaloosa in 1957 to take the head coaching position at Alabama. When asked why he left Texas A&M, Bryant replied, "Mama called, and when Mama calls, you just have to come running." He coached at Alabama for 25 seasons, winning six national titles, 13 conference championships, and a record of 232-46-9.
Muhammad Ali vs George Foreman - October 30, 1974
Bobby Orr gets ejected in the final minute and it causes a near riot in the Boston Garden. January 24, 1974