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Inside the Vault, Inside the Vault, 0615852149, 0-615-85214-9, 978-0-615-85214-0, 9780615852140,

Inside the Vault
The Paul W. Bryant Collection
by Taylor Watson

Trade Cloth
2013. 128 pp.
389
978-0-615-85214-0
Price:  $29.95 t

Coach Paul W. “Bear” Bryant was one of the most influential figures in the history of sport, and his life and career are studied, emulated, and revered nationwide. Bryant earned a national championship as a young player on the squad of the University of Alabama football team and later as head coach led the team to an astonishing six national championships. His accomplishments on as well as off the field comprise a life of success and service few can match.
Over the years, the Bryant Museum has amassed a trove of memorabilia that reflect not just the peaks in Coach Bryant’s stratospheric football career, but his place in the popular culture of his time and in the hearts of football fans. In honor of the centenary of Bryant’s birth, the Bryant Museum has an assembled a new exhibit of Bryant memorabilia from his early life in Arkansas, his thirty-eight seasons as a head coach (twenty-five at Alabama), thirteen SEC titles, six national titles, ten SEC coach of the year awards. Many of these pieces have never been displayed publicly and, outside of the museum, can only be seen in the official exhibit catalog, Inside the Vault: The Paul W. Bryant Collection, by Taylor Watson. This handsome cloth edition makes an ideal gift or keepsake for Crimson Tide fans of all ages. Roll Tide!

Taylor Watson is curator of the Paul W. Bryant Museum and the producer of the award-winning television series Crimson Classics and Crimson Comments. He has served the Paul W. Bryant museum for twenty years, assisting with over one hundred book, video, radio, and motion picture projects.

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