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YEAR      ITEM #  &  Description   Order
1962    
  (# A01){ALA VS AUBURN} - 2/01/1962-ALA 38 AUBURN 0 - Black &White VIDEO/AUDIO MERGED - B'HAM 
Orange Bowl-bound Bama whipped cross-state rival Auburn 38-0.
Butch Wilson took the opening Kick-off and raced 92 yards for Bama first score and Tim Davis kicked the extra point and the first quarter ended at 7-0.
Sophmore quarterback Joe Namath added bama's second on a 17 yard run with 13 minutes left in the first half and Davis kickrd the point.(14-0)
One minute later Jimmy Wilson blocked a punt and Bill Battle recovered it in the End Zone. Davis Kicked Point and Bama lead (21-0).
SEC scoring champion Cotton Clark caught a 15 yard TD Pass from Namath midway in the 3rd quarter and Davis kicked the point after (28-0).
With 7 minutes left in the 3rd quarter Davis Kicked a 39 yard field goal.(31-0)
In the opening  seconds of the final period Namath tossed a 16 yard pass to Richard Williams  and Davis kicked the point after.(38-0)
This was Alabama's fourth straight shout-out win over Auburn  (49 mins) $10.00

               
 
1963    
  (# A01A){ALA VS OKLAHOMA ORANGE BOWL} - 01/01/63 - ALA 17 OKLAHOMA 0 -ORANGE BOWL -Picture is Poor to Fair Based on Today's Standard -ABC Highlights of the Game with ABC Jim McKay & Curt Gowdy - MIAMI  COACHES PAUL BRYANT & BUD WILKENSON
In the Alabama dressing room after the Crimson Tide's 17-0 Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma ,a photographer asked Coach Paul Bryant to spell the name oa a player whose picture he had just taken. "That Namath, son -N-A-M-T-H-A." Bryant said. "But don't worry about it. You'll learn how to spell in the next couple of years.  
**** Scoring Summary ****
Touchdowns: Williams (25 yard pass from Namath) Clark (15 yard Run) Davis (19 yard Field Goal + 2 Points after after Touchdowns). (1 hr 50mins)   $10.00    

 
 
1964               1964 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS (AP & COACHES)  
  (# A02){ALA VS OLE.MISS. - 01/01/64 - ALA 12 OLE.MISS. 7 - Picture is Poor Based on Today's Standard -SUGAR BOWL - New Orleans 
Everyone know this was not a ordinary Sugar Bowl. Its snowed on the eve of game and that was just the first of some unusual occurrences.
With junior standout quarterback Joe Namath suspended for disciplinary reasons, Sophomore Steve Sloan showing the poise and the savvy of a veteran, guided the Crimson Tide to a 12-7 victory over heavily favored Ole Miss Rebels, but it took four Tim Davis to turn the trick.
Davis kicks of 31,46,22 and 48 yards earned the Columbus Ga. senior the Outstanding Player award. His four field goals were a bowl record and his 48-yarder was the longest in bowl history.
The alert Crimson gobled up six Ole Miss fumbles and intercepted three Rebel passes. In the final quarter the Tide Defense stopped the Rebels on its two, nine and 28 yard lines to show that its defense came ready to play   (1hr 2mins)   $10.00  

 
 
  (# A03){ALA VS AUBURN -11/29/1964 - ALA 21 AUBURN 14- BLACK & WHITE AUDIO/VIDEO MERGED - B'HAM 
Once again Alabama had to come from behind to win, but the Tide proved it was a National Championship caliber team by dumping Auburn, 21-14.
One of the big plays that sent chills up everyone's spine was Raymond Ogden 's returning the second half kickoff 107 yards for a Tide TD. (Officially it was only 100 Yards)
***** Scoring Summary******
Steve Bowman fumble recovery in end zone (Kick Failed)
Ray Odgen 100 yard Kickoff return (Steve Sloan Run)
Ray Perkins 23 yard pass from Joe Namath (David Ray Kick)  
The Iron Bowl was first broadcast nationally on November 26, 1964. Joe Namath led Alabama to a 21–14 victory over Auburn, and Alabama would go on to win its eighth national championship.  (1hr 20mins) $10.00

 
1967    
  (# A03A){ALA VS AUBURN} - 12/02/67 - ALA 7 AUBURN 3 - BLACK & WHITE VIDEO/ALABAMA RADIO BROADCAST MERGED - B'ham
On a night at Legion Field where thunderstorms were so bad that the field had to be constantly cleared of raincoats and other wet weather accessories that blew in from the stands, Alabama quarterback Kenny Stabler ran for a 53 yard touchdown to give Bama a 7–3 win - (1Hr 29Mins) $10.00

 
1968    
  (# A04){ALA VS TENN} - 10/19/68 - ALA 9 TENN 10 - + PRE GAME Show 1968 College Football- ABC Keith Jackson & Bud Wilkenson + ABC TV Broadcast 1st, most of 2nd and 4th Qtr is ABC Footage part of the 2nd and all of 3Qtr is Game film in Stadium Noise. - Knoxville
Alabama loss to Tennessee  was decided when Alabama failed on a fourth-quarter two-point conversion.   (1hrs 50ins)  $10.00

 

     
  (# A04A){ALA VS AUBURN} - 11/30/68 - ALA 24 AUBURN 16 - BLACK & WHITE VIDEO/ALABAMA RADIO BROADCAST MERGED - B'ham -
This was Alabama 5th Straight win over Auburn at Legion Field  **** Scoring Summary ***** Ed Morgan, 35 yard Rush (Mike Dean Kicks Points After : Ed Morgan, 1 Yard Rush (Mike Dean Kicks Point After) : Mike Hall 5 Yard Pass from Scott Hunter, (Mike Dean Point After) : Mike Dean 30 Yard Field Goal. -  (1 Hr 21Mins)
   $10.00                    

 
1969    
  (# A05) ALA VS OLE.MISS. - 10/4/1969 - ALA 33 OLE MISS 32 - MANNING & HUNTER SHOOT-OUT a combination of Bama's Greatest game and TV Broadcast - plus Post Game ABC Bud Wilkenson,Chris Schenkel, Bill Fleming - B'Ham 1hr 28 mins
Alabama wore red helmets featuring a football-shaped white “100” sticker to celebrate the 100th anniversary of college football. You have heard the story of this game over and over, you can now see it.
The lone highlight of the season was a 33-32 victory over Mississippi in which the teams combined for 1,099 yards in total offense and four lead changes in the fourth quarter.
It was the first ever college football game broadcast nationally in prime time.  (1hr 28mins)  $10.00

 
1972    
  (# A06){ALA VS NEBRASKA} - 01/01/72 -ALA 6 NEB 38 - ORANGE BOWL - NBC Jim Simpson, Kyle Rote - Plus pre game show - Miami
The 1972 Orange Bowl was played on January 1, 1972 in Miami, Florida, at the Miami Orange Bowl. The #1-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers defeated the #2 Alabama Crimson Tide, 38–6. Nebraska scored first on a 2 yard touchdown run by Jeff Kinney taking a 7–0 lead. Johnny Rodgers scored on a 77–yard punt return on the final play of the first quarter, as Nebraska led 14–0. In the second quarter, Jerry Tagge and Gary Dixon added touchdown runs of one and two yards respectively, as Nebraska led 28–0 at halftime.
In the third quarter, Terry Davis scored on a 3–yard touchdown run making the score 28-6. Nebraska's Rich Sanger kicked a 21–yard field goal at the end of the third quarter, as Nebraska led 31–6. A 1–yard touchdown run by Van Brownson made the final score 38–6.  (2hrs 40mins)  $10.00

 
  (A06A) ALA VS TENN - 10/21/72 - ALA 17 TENN 10 - KNOXVILLE - TENN BROADCAST Some Audio Problems
Alabama won its first ten games of 1972 in just as dominant a manner as it did in 1971. The Tide had only one close game, on Oct. 21 against Tennessee, when they scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull out a 17-10 victory (1Hr 21Mins). $10.00
 
     
1973                          1973 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS  
  (# A07){ALA VS TENN} - 10/20/73 -ALA 42 TENN 21 - Most of 1st half is Bama's Greatest Games. ABC Broadcast starts Broadcasting game at 4 mins left in 1st half +  Complete Half time show with Both Bands - Chris Schenkel,Bud Wilkinson, B'ham
Tennessee and Alabama were tied 21-21 going into the fourth quarter before Bama scored three unanswered touchdowns in the final period to win 42-21 (2hrs 25mins)

 
  (# A08){ALA VS NORTE DAME} - 12/31/73 - ALA 23 N.DAME 24 - SUGAR BOWL - ABC - Chris Schenkel, Howard Cosell, Bud Wilkinson-Picture 1'st Half Fair 2nd Half Good  + Post Game Trophy Awarded to Ara Parsehian - New Orleans
Alabama was voted national champion by UPI, the Tide's fourth wire service national championship. However, in 1973 UPI voted before the bowl games, and Alabama still had the Sugar Bowl to play against undefeated Notre Dame. The game turned out to be a classic. Notre Dame checked into the locker room at halftime up 14-10, the big play coming on a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Each team scored a touchdown in the third quarter, leaving the Irish up 21-17 going into the fourth. Alabama took a 23-21 lead on a fleaflicker touchdown pass from running back Mike Strock back to quarterback Richard Todd--but kicker Bill Davis missed the extra point, leaving Alabama up by two. Notre Dame drove the ball downfield and kicked a 19-yard field goal to go up 24-23 with 4:26 to go. Bama could not answer, but the punt left Notre Dame backed up to their own goal. With time ticking away and Notre Dame facing a third and eight, Alabama had a chance to get the ball back in excellent field position, but Irish QB Tom Clements threw a 35-yard pass to tight end Robin Hayes and Notre Dame held on to win the game and the AP national championship.  (2hrs 15mins) $10.00

 
  (# A08A){ALA VS NORTE DAME} (Best Video Picture)- 12/31/73 - ALA 23 N.DAME 24 - SUGAR BOWL - ABC - Chris Schenkel, Howard Cosell, Bud Wilkinson- (Best Video)- New Orleans
Alabama was voted national champion by UPI, the Tide's fourth wire service national championship. However, in 1973 UPI voted before the bowl games, and Alabama still had the Sugar Bowl to play against undefeated Notre Dame. The game turned out to be a classic. Notre Dame checked into the locker room at halftime up 14-10, the big play coming on a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. Each team scored a touchdown in the third quarter, leaving the Irish up 21-17 going into the fourth. Alabama took a 23-21 lead on a fleaflicker touchdown pass from running back Mike Strock back to quarterback Richard Todd--but kicker Bill Davis missed the extra point, leaving Alabama up by two. Notre Dame drove the ball downfield and kicked a 19-yard field goal to go up 24-23 with 4:26 to go. Bama could not answer, but the punt left Notre Dame backed up to their own goal. With time ticking away and Notre Dame facing a third and eight, Alabama had a chance to get the ball back in excellent field position, but Irish QB Tom Clements threw a 35-yard pass to tight end Robin Hayes and Notre Dame held on to win the game and the AP national championship.  (2hrs)
$10.00

 
1974    
     
  (# A09){ALA VS AUBURN - 11/29/74 - ALA 17 AUBURN 13 - VIDEO & AUBURN RADIO BROADCAST MERGED - B'ham
The annual Alabama-Auburn game took place on a Friday night, played in Birmingham on November 29, with #2 Alabama winning 17-13 over #7 Auburn to close its season at 11-0-0.   (1hr 15mins) $10.00

 
     
  (# A15){ALA VS NORTE DAME}- 01/01/1975 - ALA 11 N.DAME 13 - ORANGE BOWL - Picture Poor to Fair  - Touchdowns Richard Todd to Russ Schamun (48 Yard Pass), PAT Todd Pass to George Pugh(2 Points), FG - Danny Ridgeway (21 Yards) . Ara Parseghian Retires after this game. NBC Jim Simpson & John Brodie - Miami
Alabama, coached by Bear Bryant was ranked #1 in the UPI poll, and #2 (behind on-probation Oklahoma) in the AP, as it went to the Orange Bowl, where it faced 9th ranked Notre Dame, playing its final game under Ara Parseghian. The Irish went out to a 13-0 lead early in the game, but Bama battled back with a field goal, a touchdown and a two point run to close the score to 13-11 with three minutes left. After ruling out an onside kick attempt, the Tide got the ball back with 1:37 left, and quarterback Richard Todd attempted to drive the team to field goal range. Todd's third pass was picked off 33 yards from goal by Reggie Barnett, and Notre Dame ran out the clock to preserve the upset.    (2hrs 17mins)  $10.00

     
1976    
  (# A20){ALA VS UCLA} - 12/20/1976 - ALA 36 UCLA 6 - LIBERTY BOWL - Pict Poor to Fair  -  Touchdowns Barry Krauss(44 yard pass Interception) ,Johnny Davis(2 yard run), Tony Nathan(20 yard run), Rick Watson(1 yard run), 3PAT Bucky Berry, 3FG Berry (37,25 & 28) ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - Memphis   (1hr 53mins)  $10.00

  (# A19) {ALA VS NORTE DAME} - 11/13/76 - ALA 18 N.DAME 21 - South Bend - ABC - Chris Schenkel, Ara Parseghian -Bill Fleming - (2hrs 17mins) -  Note over half of the Game shows a Letter Box at the Bottom of the Video with a Digital  counter in a black background  $10.00

   

 
1977    
  (# A25){ALA VS USC} - ESPN CLASSIC - 10/08/1977 - ALA 21 USC 20 - Los Angeles - ***Scoring Summary*** Johnny Davis(2 Yard Run),Tony Nathan(1 Yard Run), Tony Nathan (13 Yard Run), 3 PAT Roger Chapman. (Note This Broke USC 15 Game Win Streak) Keith Jaskson/Ara Parseghian - Los Angeles   (1hr 35mins)  $10.00

  (# A30){ALA VS NEBRASKA} - 09/17/1977 - ALA 24 NEB 31 - ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles -Picture Fair - Lincoln - Missed last 6 seconds of game
The only blemish on the 1977 season was this 31-24 loss to Nebraska in which quarterback Jeff Rutledge threw five interceptions. ***Scoring Summary*** Jeff Rutledge, 7-rush (Roger Chapman kick),: Tony Nathan, 7-rush (Chapman kick),: Chapman 37-FG,: Nathan, 1-rush (Chapman kick)   (2hrs 08mins)    $10.00

  (# A32){ALA VS LSU} - 11/5/1977 - ALA 24 LSU 3 -ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - Picture Poor - Baton Rouge ***Scoring Summary**** Roger Chapman 44 yard FG,: Tony Nathan 1 yard run (Chapman kick),: Tony Nathan 1 yard run (Chapman Kick),: Keith Pugh 20 yard Nathan Pass (Chapman Kick)   (1hr 36mins)  $10.00

 
     
     
1978                           1978 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS  
  (# A35){ALA VS OHIO STATE} - 01/02/1978 - ALA 35 OHIO ST. 6 - SUGAR BOWL - ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - New Orleans   (1hr 59mins) $10.00

  (# A40){ALA VS NEBRASKA} - 9/2/1978 - ALA 20 NEB 3 - ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles -Picture is Fair - B'Ham***Scoring Summary****Major Ogivie, 4 yard Jeff Rutledge pass , (Roger Chapman Kick),: Tony Nathan 2 yard rush (Kick Failed),: Jeff Rutledge 3 yard rush (Alan McElroy Kick)  (2hrs 02mins)   $10.00

  (# A45){ALA VS MISSOURI} - 9/16/1978 - ALA 38 MISSOURI 20 - KYVI St.Louis U/Mo Announcers - Picture is Fair - Columbia ***Scoring Summary*** Major Ogilvie 23 Rush (Alan McElroy Kick),: Rick Neal 6 Jeff Rutledge pass (McElroy Kick),: McElroy, 26 FG,: Rickey Gilliland, 35-blocked punt (McElroy Kick),: Tony Nathan, 1-rush (McElroy Kick),: Lou Ikner, 23 Rutledge pass (McElroy kick)     (1hr 58mins)  $10.00

  (# A45A){ALA VS USC} - 9/23/1978 - ALA 14 USC 24 - ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - Picture is Fair - B'Ham - Missed last 12 seconds of game
The only blemish on Alabama's record in 1978 was a loss to Southern Cal. Bama turned the ball over six times in that game   (2hrs 43mins) 
$10.00

 
     
  (# A46){ALA VS TENNESSEE} - 10/21/78 - ALA 30 TENNESSEE 17 - COLOR VIDEO & ALABAMA RADIO BROADCAST MERGED - KNOXVILLE -
- (1 Hr 18Mins)
 $10.00                      

 
  (# A50)[ALA VS LSU} - 11/11/1978 - ALA 31 LSU 10 - ABC Al Michaels & Ara Parseghian - Picture is Fair - B'Ham    (2hrs 12mins)   $10.00

     
1979                  1979 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS  
  (# 2){ALA VS PENN STATE} - 1/1/1979 - ALA 14 PENN STATE 7 - SUGAR BOWL - PLUS POST GAME TROPHY AWARDS AND INTERVIEWS (BEAR & KRAUSS) (Note first 4 minutes of this DVD is ESPN Classic Rest of Game is ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles) - New Orleans.
The 1979 Sugar Bowl against Penn State would go down as a classic. Alabama scored in the second quarter, then Penn State answered in the third, then Alabama took a 14-7 lead on a touchdown set up by a 62-yard punt return. Penn State had a chance to tie in the fourth, but quarterback Chuck Fusina threw an interception into the Alabama end zone.
Then Alabama had a chance to put the game away, but fumbled the football back to Penn State at the Nittany Lion 19-yard-line with four minutes to go.
Penn State drove to a first and goal at the Alabama eight. On third and goal from the one, Fusina asked Bama linebacker Marty Lyons "What do you think we should do?", and Lyons answered "You'd better pass." On third down, Penn State was stopped inches short of the goal line. On fourth down, Penn State was stopped again, Barry Krauss meeting Mike Guman and throwing him back for no gain. Alabama held on for a 14-7 victory.
The Crimson Tide split the national championship, winning the AP poll while Southern Cal won the UPI poll. It was Alabama's fifth wire service national championship.  (1hr 59mins) $10.00

 
  (# 3){ALA VS GA.TECH} - 9/8/1979 - ALA 30 GA.TECH 6 - ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - Half time Ala Million Dollar Band + Rare Keith Jackson's Interview With Coach Bryant before Season From Bear's Tower -Grant Field Atlanta   (2hrs 12mins) $10.00

  (# 3AA){ALA VS TENN} - 10/20/1979 - ALA 27 TENN 17 - ESPN Jim Simpson & Ken Willard - Birmingham   (2hrs 06mins)  $10.00

  (# 3A){ALA VS LSU} - 11/10/1979 - ALA 3 LSU 0 - ESPN Jim Simpson Announcer - Baton Rouge - Sound is Low   (2hrs 08mins)  $10.00

  (# 11) {ALA VS MIAMI} - 11/17/1979 - ALA 30 MIAMI 0 - ABC Al Michaels & Frank Broyles + Half Time Ala Million Dollar Band -T-Town
This Bear Bryant Team won the AP and UPI National Championship and the SEC Championship with a Team Record of 12 Win and 0 lost.
This was Bear's 294th win and Bryant's win #101 in that decade .
Bear Bryant's #1 Ranked Alabama Crimson Tide featuring; AJ Junior, Major Oglive, and Dwight Stevenson , beat Jim Kelly and the High powered Hurricanes!  (2hrs 06mins)  $10.00

     
1980    
  (# 13){ALA VS ARKANSAS} - 1/1/1980 - ALA 24 ARK 09 - SUGAR BOWL - ESPN CLASSIC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - PLUS POST GAME TROPHY AWARDS AND INTERVIEWS (BEAR & MAJOR OGILVIE) - New Orleans   (1HRS 45MINS)  $10.00

  (# 13A){ALA VS ARKANSAS} - 1/1/1980 - ALA 24 ARK 09 - SUGAR BOWL - ABC BROADCAST Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - PLUS POST GAME TROPHY AWARDS AND INTERVIEWS (BEAR & MAJOR OGILVIE) - New Orleans (2HRS 23MINS) (Video Picture Fair)  $10.00

  (# 16){ALA VS OLE.MISS.} - 9/20/1980 - ALA 59 OLE MISS 35 - VSN Announcers - Jackson  (2hrs 24mins)  $10.00

  (# 18){ALA VS VANDERBILT} - 9/27/1980 - ALA 41 VANDERBILT 0 - ESPN - T-Town  (1hr 58mins)  $10.00

  (# 20){ALA VS KENTUCKY} - 10/4/1980 - ALA 45 KENTUCKY 0 - ESPN Jim Simpson & Bud Wilkenson -  B'Ham  (1hr 43mins)  $10.00

  (# 20A){ALA VS RUTGERS} - 10/11/1980 - ALA 17 RUTGERS 13 - Meadowlands  (1hr 55mins) $10.00
  (# 23){ALA VS TENN} - 10/18/1980 - ALA 27 TENN 0 - ABC Keith Jackson & Ara Parseghian - Knoxville (2hrs 15mins) $10.00
  (# 23A){ALA VS S.MISS.} - 10/25/1980 - ALA 42 S.MISS.7 - ESPN Paul Maguire - T-Town  (1hr 34mins)  $10.00
  (# 27){ALA VS LSU} - 11/8/1980 - ALA 28 LSU 7 -(last 18 Seconds Missing) ESPN Jim Simpson & Bud Wilkenson - Picture is Fair - T-Town  (1hr 50mins)  $10.00
  (# 30){ALA VS AUBURN} - 11/29/1980 - ALA 34 AUBURN 18 - VSN Scott Moore & Pat Sullivan - Pay per View + Half Time Ala Million Dollar Band - B'Ham  (2hrs 28mins) $10.00
     
1981    
  (# 31){ALA VS BAYLOR} - COTTON BOWL - 1/1/1981 - ALA 30 BAYLOR 2 - CBS Lindsey Nelson & Roger Staubach - + Half Time Ala Million Dollar Band - Dallas  (2hrs 59mins)  $10.00
  (# 33){ALA VS LSU} - 9/5/1981 - ALA 24 LSU 7 - ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles + Jim Lampley "Profile of Bear Bryant + First Part Of Bear Bryant Show Ala/LSU - Baton Rouge  (2hrs 27mins) $10.00
  (# 38){ALA VS OLE.MISS.} - 10/3/1981 - ALA 38 OLE MISS 7 - ESPN Bud Wilkinson & Jim Thacker + Ala Million Dollar Band - T-Town  (2hrs 15mins) $10.00
  (# 41){ALA VS TENN} - 10/17/1981 - ALA 38 TENN 19 - ESPN Jim Simpson & Bud Wilkinson - B'Ham  (2hrs 15mins)  $10.00
  (# 43){ALA VS RUTGER} - 10/24/1981 - ALA 31 RUTGER 7 - ESPN Paul Maguire & Sam Rosen + Ala Million Dollar Band + Half Time Interview with Joe Namath - T-Town   (2hr 05mins) $10.00
  (# 45){ALA VS MISS.STATE} - 10/31/1981 - ALA 13 MISS STATE 10 - ESPN Jim Simpson & Bud Wilkinson + Bill Fleming's College Highlights of Al/Miss St -T-Town   (2hrs 35mins) $10.00
  (# 47){ALA VS PENN STATE} - 11/14/1981 - ALA 31 PENN STATE 16 - ABC Al Michaels & Frank Broyles + Pre Game Al Michaels + 18 Min of Bear Bryant show of this Game  - WIN # 314 - State College  (2hrs 27mins)  $10.00
  (# 49) {ALA VS AUBURN} - 11/28/1981 - ALA 28 AUBURN 17 - ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles WIN #315 - Bear Became the Winniest Coach of all Time - B'Ham . + Pre & Post Game (Some Audio Problems)
Legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant saw his Bama squad rack up career win number 314 at Penn State. Now Bryant's Tide squares off against arch-rival Auburn ,working to break Amos Alonzo Stagg's all-time career coaching record.
(1)Alan Gray race 63 yards to set up the first Bama score.
(2)Ken Cooley and Jess Bendross team up on a 26 yard TD pass.
(3)Linnie Patrick dazzle fans with an incredible fourth quarter run toward another touchdown.
(4)Benny Perrin intercept a last-ditch Auburn pass to preserve the record-setting victory. (2hrs 27mins$10.00
  (# 49A) {ALA VS AUBURN} - 11/28/1981 - ALA 28 AUBURN 17 - ABC Keith Jackson & Frank Broyles WIN #315 - Bear Became the Winniest Coach of all Time - B'Ham .NO Pre & Post Game
Legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant saw his Bama squad rack up career win number 314 at Penn State. Now Bryant's Tide squares off against arch-rival Auburn ,working to break Amos Alonzo Stagg's all-time career coaching record.
(1)Alan Gray race 63 yards to set up the first Bama score.
(2)Ken Cooley and Jess Bendross team up on a 26 yard TD pass.
(3)Linnie Patrick dazzle fans with an incredible fourth quarter run toward another touchdown.
(4)Benny Perrin intercept a last-ditch Auburn pass to preserve the record-setting victory. (2hrs 13mins) $10.00
     
1982    
  (# 50){ALA VS TEXAS} - COTTON BOWL - 1/1/1982 - ALA 12 TEXAS 14 - CBS Lindsey Nelson & Roger Staubach - DALLAS ESPN CLASSIC   (2hrs) $10.00

 
 
  (# 53){ALA VS OLE MISS} - 9/18/1982 - ALA 42 OLE MISS 14 - ESPN Paul Maguire & Kevin Slaten - Jackson  (2hrs 45mins)  $10.00

  (# 57){ALA VS PENN STATE} - 10/9/1982 - ALA 42 PENN STATE 21 - CBS Pat Haden & Gary Bender + Pre Game - B'Ham  (2hrs 41mins) $10.00

 
  (# 57A){ALA VS AUBURN} - 11/27/1982 - ALA 22 AUBURN 23 -  plus 4 mins of Bear Bryant Show + Pat Dye Show  - B'ham  (3hrs 16mins)   $10.00  
  (# 64) {ALA VS ILLINOIS - LIBERTY BOWL} - 12/29/1982 - ALA 21 ILLINOIS 15 - Metro Sports Joe Capps & Harry Kalas - Bear's Last Game + ABC 's Anne Simon Bear Special after Game - Memphis .Bear Bryant's Last game and win #323
The win gave Coach Bryant a final record of 323-85-17 unmatched in intercollegiate football history at that time.
"I am thankful to have won my final game." said the Crimson Tide coaching legend." Whether the team likes it or not, they will always br remembered for winning my last game. I am proud they wanted to win this one for me."
Alabama -- Touchdowns Ricky Moore (4 yard rush); Jesse Bendross (8 yard rush); Craig "Touchdown" Turner (1 yard Rush); Points after touchdown Peter Kim 3( kick).
Illinois -- Curtis (1 yard Rush) ;Williams (2 yard Tony Eason pass) Points after touchdown failed: ; Field goals Bass (23 yarder)   (2hrs 51mins) $10.00