1892 Team Photo
The 1892 Alabama Cadets football team represented the University of Alabama in the 1892 college football season. The team was led by head coach E. B. Beaumont and played their home games at Lakeview Park in Birmingham, Alabama.
January 1, 1926 Rose Bowl
Alabama vs. Washington Alabama scores on a touchdown run by Pooley Hubert.
1931 Rose Bowl Program Cover
The 1931 Rose Bowl was played on New Year's Day 1931 in Pasadena, California. It featured the Alabama Crimson Tide against the Washington State Cougars. Alabama defeated Washington State, 24-0.
1925 National Champions
The 1925 Alabama football team, coached by Wallace Wade, completed the regular season 9–0–0, winning the Southern Conference Championship. Alabama was invited to the Rose Bowl and defeated Washington 20-19.
September 29, 1980
Changing with the times,
'Bama 's Bear Bryant dominates the college game. SUPERCOACH
1962 Sugar Bowl
The 1962 Sugar Bowl featured the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide, and the 9th ranked Arkansas Razorbacks. Alabama won 10-3.
August 15, 1966
Sports Illustrated Magazine
University of Alabama head coach Paul Bryant. Photo by John G. Zimmerman/Sports Illustrated
Jackson was the first Negro offered a football scholarship at the University of Alabama and was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 2007.
1961 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season undefeated. Alabama defeated Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl 10-3. The 1961 national championship was the first of the six that Bear Bryant would win.
1964 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season with ten wins and one loss. Alabama lost to Texas in the Orange Bowl 21-17. Alabama was also recognized as national champions by the AP and UPI before their loss to Texas.
1965 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season with nine wins, one loss and one tie. Alabama defeated Nebraska in the Orange Bowl 39-28. Alabama was also recognized as national champions by the AP Poll after their Orange Bowl win..
1973 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season with eleven wins and one loss. Alabama was defeated by Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl 24-23. Although they did lose in the Sugar Bowl, Alabama was recognized as national champions by the Coaches' Poll (UPI).
1978 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season with eleven wins and one loss. Alabama was recognized as National Champions after defeating Penn State in the Sugar Bowl 14-7. Alabama's costumed "Big Al" mascot officially debuted this season, appearing at the Sugar Bowl.
1979 National Champions
Led by head coach Bear Bryant, Alabama finished the season undefeated 12–0. Alabama defeated Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl 24-9. For their collective efforts, the Crimson Tide were recognized as consensus national champions for the 1979 season.
Steve Sloan - 1966
Steve Sloan, who finished with 296 yards and two touchdowns on 20-of-28 passing, was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 1966 game. Sloan's 296-yard performance still ranks ninth all-time in the Orange Bowl record books.
The 2015 SEC Championship Game was played on Saturday, December 5, 2015 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, and determined the 2015 football champion of the Southeastern Conference (SEC). The Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Florida Gators 29-15.
Crimson Tide Pin
"Bear" Bryant and Joe Namath
Probably the most famous coach–quarterback relationship in history was the one between Bear Bryant and Joe Namath.
Paul "Bear" Bryant
Paul "Bear" Bryant is carried off the field after a 34-3 victory over Tennessee at Legion Field on Oct. 3, 1961. (Photo by The Birmingham News)
Paul "Bear" Bryant
And Joe Namath
Alabama quarterback Joe Namath receives guidance from coach Paul "Bear" Bryant.
Iron Bowl 1964
Joe Namath in the IRON BOWL 1964. First Televised Iron Bowl – Played on November 26, 1964. Quarterback Joe Namath led Alabama to a 21–14 victory over Auburn.
Crimson Tide Pin
1926 National Champions
The 1926 Alabama football team, coached by Wallace Wade, finished the season with a record of nine wins, zero losses and one tie, as Southern Conference Champions. They tied undefeated Stanford in the Rose Bowl 7-7.
1930 National Champions
The 1930 Alabama Crimson Tide football team finished the season with a perfect record 10–0 overall as Southern Conference Champions and National Champions after defeating Washington State in the Rose Bowl, 24-0.
"The Crimson Tide"
Collectible Giclee Art Print
The Alabama Crimson Tide have won 16 National Championships – Renowned sports artist, James G. Ferrara, has commemorated this historic feat with his creation titled, "The Crimson Tide." This collectible print captures Alabama's history of determination and commitment to excellence.
A True Collector's Dream - This is your opportunity to own part of Crimson Tide history. "The Crimson Tide" print includes scores, dates, program covers, and rare photographs from every Championship season. Close to 70 important moments in Alabama history – A must have for all Alabama Crimson Tide fans.
• Available in two sizes - 18"h x 24"w or 24"h x 36"w
• Artwork printed on Premium Glossy Heavyweight Photo Stock using archival inks
• Exhibition Canvas - available option for the 24" x 36" size
• Smudge-resistant, water-resistant, and has a smooth resin-coated base
• Rolled and shipped in a heavy-weight mailing tube (allow 7-10 days for delivery)