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Harold Drew

Harold “Red” Drew was the head football coach at the University of Alabama for eight seasons from 1947-1954, and also coached one season at the University of Mississippi in 1946. He compiled a career record of 96-68-14 as a head coach and won just one bowl game in three tries during his career. Drew’s 1948 Crimson Tide squad beat Auburn 55-0, which remains the largest margin of victory by either side in the history of the rivalry. His 1953 team won the SEC championship and topped Syracuse 61-6 in that year’s Orange Bowl, which also remains the widest margin of victory in Orange Bowl history. Drew was named SEC Coach of the Year in 1952 and was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 1970. He passed away in 1979 at the age of 84.

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