Tuesday, December 8, 2009

'Bama-Texas: A short history


1902: Texas 10, 'Bama 0.
1915: Texas 20, 'Bama 0.
1922: Texas 19, 'Bama 10.
1948: Texas 27, 'Bama 7 (Sugar Bowl).
1960: Texas 3, 'Bama 3 (Bluebonnet Bowl).
1965: Texas 21, 'Bama 17 (Orange Bowl).
1973: Texas 17, 'Bama 13 (Cotton Bowl).
1982: Texas 14, 'Bama 12 (Cotton Bowl).



January 1, 1965: Joe Namath's last college game.
Alabama still wins national championship -- last polls came out before the bowls.

3 comments:

Bigdawg said...

Are you kidding????? Texas is 8-0 all time against the Tide????? Well that ought to give the SEC champs even more incentive. Hey Longhorns! Bama is fixin to beat the hell outa you !

RTR said...

Actually, Bigdawg, it's 7-0-1, but point taken.

Bigdawg said...

RTR, right you are.

In other Bama related news ESPN's Chris Low reports the following:
"Alabama may also have to fight off Georgia to keep defensive coordinator Kirby Smart. The Bulldogs are expected to make a lucrative run at Smart for their defensive coordinator job after Mark Richt overhauled his defensive staff last week, firing coordinator Willie Martinez, defensive ends coach Jon Fabris and co-coordinator/linebackers coach John Jancek."
Smart played defensive back at Georgia from 1995-98 and served as an administrative assistant in 1999. He returned in 2005 and served one season as the running backs coach before leaving to coach under Saban in the NFL.