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I don't propose this is one of the 10 biggest plays in Crimson Tide history, but it is one that sticks out for me.
Field goal block vs Penn St in 1989.
I was 12 years old and sitting on my grandmothers couch in Tuscaloosa. Remember it like it was yesterday.
For those that might not remember quite as clearly - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bGgM6Qygq8
This post was edited by david5477 13 months ago
Agree with the thought NJ Tide but it was Greg Richardson that caught Shula's pass and drug the cow college's defenders as he was making it to the sideline.
Linnie Patrick's run in the fourth quarter against *U is still one of my all time favorites(1981).
Not Bell -- Greg Richardson
15 National Championships, 23 SEC Championships, NCAA Record 60 Postseason Bowl Appearances, NCAA Record 35 Bowl Victories
What about Prothro's catch?
The ones I remember most are: 1. Julio's catch and run against LSU in 2009. 2. Tiffin's FG following drive led by Shula (amazing.) 3. The entire team effort against Florida in 2010. 4. Trent's run against Arkansas, 5. Dareus's int and run against Texas. Most significant play may have been Cody's block--but it is unlikely the kick would have been good anyway. Stabler's run was most gratifying. Will remember team efforts the most: Florida 2010, Miami 1992, Georgia and LSU 2012.
One of my personal "Old School Classics" .... When Alabama's Tommy Lewis tackled Rice's Dickie Maegle from the sideline in the 1954 Cotton Bowl.
Respectfully disagree. The wheels of integration were already well in progress before the USC game. "The Missing Ring" documents the integration of the team pretty well.
"You've got some nerve coming here." T. Yorke
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