Bear Bryant Quotes
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I'd like if it'd be for winning.
It's kind of hard to rally around a math class.
I ain't won but one. My team won the rest in spite of me.
Football games are generally won by the boys with the greatest desire.
They say I teach brutal football, but only thing brutal about football is losing.
My attitude has always been: If it's worth playing, it's worth paying the price to win.
Well, I won't say I can or I can't [walk on water], but if I do, I do it before most people get up in the morning.
Most coaches study the films when they lose. I study them when we win -- to see if I can figure out what I did right.
I knew it was time to leave, when they had a banquet and they gave Adolph a Cadillac and they gave me a cigarette lighter.
In order to have a winner, a team must have a feeling of unity. Every player must put the team first ahead of personal glory
I ain't never had much fun. I ain't never been two inches away from a football. Here guys go fishing on the day of the game, hunting, golfing, and all I want to do is be alone, studying how not to lose.
There's just three things I'd ever say: If anything goes bad, I did it. If anything goes semi-good, then we did it. If anything goes real good, then you did it. That's all it takes to get people to win football games for you.
First there are those who are winners and know they are winners. Then there are the losers who know they are the losers. Then there are those who are not winners but don't know it. They are the ones for me. They never quit trying. They are the soul of our game.
I have never recommended anybody to go into coaching, cause if they have enough on the ball, if they do without coaching, they should do without it. If they put as much work into it and spend as much time, the rewards are going to be much better in something else.