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Wednesday, April 15, 2015


There are always the stories about the coach that starts thinking about the next game as they are marching off the field or leaving the court.  But I've never read or heard of a coach that took it to the extreme level that Paul "Bear" Bryant did while coaching at the University of Kentucky in 1950. The following comes "The Last Coach" written by Allen Barra:

"The tenth game was a horrific 83-0 slaughter of North Dakota University in which Bryant yanked his starting players out of the game at the half and sent them to the practice field to start preparing for the following week's game with Tennessee."