How much would all University of Alabama 8 Paul Bear Bryant Museum Signatured footballs be worth 323 were made?
Autographed footballs are usually priced by the popularity of the coach/player. Also the authenticity of the football. Single signatures footballs with a coa are worth more than one without. Being that these were limited in numbers and have 6 signatures on each football the price could vary. Honestly it depends on what someone is willing to pay instead of actual value. If I had to guess without seeing them and assuming that they all come with a coa they could be worth 3 and 5 times the original value. Like I said it mainly depends on how much someone is willing to pay. I have seen footballs sell from 50 to 5000 each but they were not in a set.
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Coach Bear Bryant won six BCS Championships at the University of Alabama, including 13 SEC Championships. Read More
No. Prior to taking over at the University of Alabama, Bear Bryant was the head coach of the University of Maryland (1945), University of Kentucky (1946-1953), and Texas A&M (1954-1957). Bryant coached teams against Alabama twice, both as head coach of Kentucky. On October 19, 1946 Kentucky lost 21-7 and on November 1, 1947 Kentucky lost 13-0. Read More
There are three teams Coach Bear Bryant never defeated. They are the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish, University of Texas Longhorns, and University of Alabama Crimson Tide. Read More
1959 is the year Paul (Bear) Bryant returned the university he had played for and graduated from. Coach Bryant was at Texas A & M when Alabama called, his quote about why he left A & M was "Mama called" Read More
Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant won 14 SEC titles. He won his first with the University of Kentucky and 13 with the University of Alabama. Read More
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Paul Bryant Jr. a banker and influential booster at the University of Alabama. Read More
Many of the footballs are valued in price close to $500. The exact price will depend upon the condition that the football is in. Read More
Bear Bryant, the long time football coach at the University of Alabama was a Democrat. In 1968, had had 1.5 votes for the Democratic party Presidential nomination. Read More
The best destination is Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa is the football home of Bear Bryant, and there is a museum devoted to him on campus. Also Birmingham, Alabama, home of Legion Field where the Iron Bowl was played during Bryant's lifetime. Read More
John Mitchell played for Bear Bryant at the University of Alabama in 1971 and 1972. Mitchell and Wilbur Jackson were the first black players to play football at Alabama. Mitchell became co-captain of the 1972 team. Read More
The Bryant Denny Stadium is the home ground of the Alabama University's Crimson Tide American college football time. The Bryant Denny Stadium was built in the year 1937. Read More
What is the value of of the book BEAR the Hard Life and Good Times of Alabama's Coach Bryant 1974 autographed by Coach Bryant to Dr Frank A Rose former president of University of Alabama?
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Bear Bryant's overall record in his 25 seasons (1958-1982) at the University of Alabama was 232-46-9 and his record within the SEC was 146-22-5. Read More
What was Bear Bryant's response when asked why he left Texas AM a returning national championship team to go to a struggling University of Alabama?
He said that "Mama called". Bryant was a player at Alabama in the 1930's Read More
He attended Fordyce High School in Fordyce, Arkansas and received a football scholarship to the University of Alabama in 1931. Read More
University of Alabama- the Bear Bryant Hounds tooth hat, and now its a signature Read More
Bryant University is located in the state of Rhode Island. Read More
Bear Bryant spent 25 years as head coach of Alabama (1958-1982). Read More
At the end of the 2009 season, no. Howard Schnellenberger, currently head coach at Florida Atlantic University, was head coach of the University of Miami between 1979-1982. Miami lost to Alabama, 30-0, on October 17, 1979. Schnellenberger was the offensive coordinator at Alabama between 1961-1965 under Bryant. Read More
Yes. Alabama will host Penn State at Bryant-Denny Stadium on September 11, 2010. Alabama will also play Penn State in Happy Valley on September 10, 2011. Read More
Forest Gump played for the University of Alabama, under legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, and he wore the number 44. Read More
Yes, Forrest goes to the University of Alabama and plays for Coach Paul William 'Bear' Bryant and the Crimson Tide. Read More
How many different teams did Bear Bryant lose to at Bryant Denny Stadium during his career at Alabama?
According to Wikianswers own site, the answer is: "Bear Bryant accumulated a 72-2 record while head coach of Alabama at Bryant-Denny Stadium." Read More
Bear Bryant was buried in Birmingham because he had family there. Although he was the most popular head coach of Alabama, he chose to be buried in Birmingham instead of Tuscaloosa. I myself am a Alabama fan. A huge Bear Bryant fan. Anything that has to do with Alabama football, I love. Read More
Bryant University's motto is 'The Character of Success'. Read More
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Alabama played in 24 bowl games under Bear Bryant and won 12 (record was 12-10-2). Read More
There were actually three schools. His first coached the University of Maryland for one season, 1946. Then he went to Kentucky from 1947-1953. Then he went to Texas A&M from 1954-1957. He began his career at Alabama in 1958 where he remained until his retirement at the end of the 1982 season. Read More
Where? At Kentucky or Alabama? Read More
Bryant Harrison McGill was born on November 7, 1969, in Mobile, Alabama, USA. Read More
In his playing days at Alabama Coach Bryant was know as the The other End who was the End that played with Coach Bryant?
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The address of the Paul W. Bryant Museum is: 300 Bryant Drive Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0385 Read More
A term used to describe fans and/or alumni of Auburn University. The term originated, in part, from the fact that Auburn University is located in a more rural area of Alabama and has a large Department of Agriculture. Additionally, former University of Alabama head football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant referred to Auburn as a "cow college." Since Bryant is a god of sorts to most Alabama Crimson Tide football fans, this solidified the term. It… Read More
1990 at Bryant Denny. Alabama Lost 9-0. Read More
Bryant Walker has written: '... The terrestrial shell-bearing Mollusca of Alabama' -- subject(s): Mollusks Read More
Bear Bryant was an assistant coach for three teams (Union College, Alabama, Vanderbilt) and a head coach for four teams (Maryland, Kentucky, Texas A&M, Alabama). Read More
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