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How many different teams did Bear Bryant lose to at Bryant Denny Stadium during his career at Alabama?

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2009-01-07 15:46:04
2009-01-07 15:46:04

According to Wikianswers own site, the answer is: "Bear Bryant accumulated a 72-2 record while head coach of Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium."

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