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    Where Alabama Tradition Comes From

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    Damn dust in my eye.......

    Gene Stallings said it best:"Bear Bryant *IS* Alabama football. The rest of the coaches are just tolerated."

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    I give respect were it is due. As an LSU fan, I do give Bear Bryant the respect he deserves as a great coach. IMHO, probably the best, reguardless of school.

    Nick on the other hand, he is also a good coach, but will stop short in giving him the same respect as "The Bear". I'll just wait and see if he hangs out at 'Bama long enough to even come close. Just don't think a 7-6 season with loses to Mississippi State and Louisiana-Monroe, is worthy of too much praise.

    I do give Nick credit for what he did for LSU, and honestly do not think the program would be were it is, if he would not have made his brief stop in Baton Rouge. If he stays in Tuscaloosa long enough, I agree, 'Bama will regain its place with the SEC greats.



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