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ALL TIME GREAT.....
Human Being. Person. Man. And one of the best choices ever to lead our great University to the heights we enjoy today.
RIP....Time to go off the norm and put up something to honor Coach Moore....ROLL TIDE Coach
A true Legend! RIP Coach Moore!
I seriously feel like my own grandfather was just murdered, going too miss Coach so much, Rest easy Coach, now Bear will have somebody too talk Bama football with up there.
The Alabama Nation is blessed to have had such a distinguished gentleman associated with our University for so many years. May God rest his soul.
I am so proud my children got many chances to interact with him at our family breakfasts at the Waysider over the years.
I pray the University erects a statue of Coach Moore, in honor of his tremendous contributions to the Capstone.
Such a sad day. We will miss you coach. ROLL TIDE.
Coach Moore is a College Football Hall of Famer. Hopefully some day, some way he can be officially recognized as such.
RIP for a true gentle man.
RIP Coach, your family will be in our prayers. You were a true Bama great. ROLL TIDE!
Wow. So sad to hear this news. Despite his many decades of service to the University, as Coach Moore helped to restore stability and success to the football program in recent years, I think many of us "younger" fans were only beginning to see the character and leadership skills his close friends and coaching peers attested to him throughout his career.
As a back-up QB on the 1961 national championship team, and as an assistant coach on the 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, and 1992 national championship teams, Mal Moore was a walking historical connection to the Coach Bryant past, and to the great tradition of Alabama football. At the same time, though, in hiring Coach Saban, upgrading Bryant Denny Stadium and our athletic facilities, and in presiding as AD over 3 more football national championships, Mal was also part of this new life of Alabama football, which has been redefining the modern era.
He was a living connection with the past, but he was also very much a living part of everything that has become new again about Alabama football. I'm not sure if anyone other than John Wooden has been a part of so many national championships in one sport, for one school. What an amazing career, and what an amazing life he had. Maybe I'm just feeling a little introspective upon hearing this sad news, but I really feel like Mal was being re-born a bit in recent years. After 50 years of being connected to the University of Alabama, it seems almost ironic that his departure now feels too sudden, or too soon. Thank you, Coach! And job well done!
RIP Coach Moore. Very sad day for the University.
Met MM this past December in NYC. I never mentioned this to anyone but he looked medicated even then. Prayers to his family and friends. RIP Coach
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
Roll Tide Coach.
Rest in peace and God Bless..
Wow sad news rip
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