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Alabama Crimson Tide

The Alabama Crimson Tide is the Winningest football team in all of College Football History. They won many of their national championship titles under the direction of Bear Bryant, the most Winningest football coach in college football history.
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Kara Wise

on 19 May 2011

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Transcript of Alabama Crimson Tide

Bear Bryant 'The Most Winningest Coach' Really Guys?! The Alabama Crimsontide are known for their outstanding record as the most Winningest College Football Team in history. The University of Alabama has won a total of 13 national championships! This is the number one amount of national championships of ALL other college football teams in ALL of history!!! ROLL TIDE!!! Bear Bryant was a Beast Among Beasts! He won the most games during his campaign than any other coach in history! (Except for Joe Paterno as of last September) Auburn and Florida are overrated. In other words, they stink. TEAM BEAST Julio Jones Nick Saban Marcell Darius Trent Richardson Greg Mcelroy Mark Ingram http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSBAzfDCJVw MARK INGRAM EPIC
Alabama had several Juniors and Seniors drafted this year, a few of which were first round picks! These included Marcell Dareus who went number three in the first round, Julio Jones who went sixth, and Mark Ingram who went 28th!
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