Who was the Alabama football coach in 2004?

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Who was the Alabama football coach in 2004?

Mike Shula
The 2004 Alabama Crimson Tide football team represented the University of Alabama during the 2004 NCAA Division I-A football season. This was the team’s 72nd season in the SEC. The Crimson Tide were led by head coach Mike Shula who was entering his second season as head coach.

Who was Alabama’s head coach in 2003?

Alabama head coach Mike Shula entered his first year as the Crimson Tide’s head coach for the 2003 season, and it was also his first all-time season as a head coach.

When did NIU beat Alabama in football?

Sept. 20, 2003
The scoreboard told the story on Sept. 20, 2003, when NIU beat Alabama in front of 83,000 spectators in Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Who has beaten Alabama football the most?

Alabama’s highest win percentage is against Kentucky which comes in at a blistering 94.9%….Alabama’s all-time record against every SEC school.

Opponent Record Win %
Kentucky 36-2-1 94.9%
Ole Miss 47-10-2 81.4%
Mississippi State 77-18-3 80.1%
Vanderbilt 58-19-4 74.1%

Who is the most winningest coach in college football?

John Gagliardi
Coaches with 200 career wins

Rank Name Wins
1 John Gagliardi† 489
2 Joe Paterno† 409
3 Eddie Robinson† 408
4 Bobby Bowden† 377

What is Nick Saban’s salary?

$8.7 million
Saban, who turns 70 in October, will make $8.7 million this year, with his salary set to increase by $400,000 annually. He will be paid an average of $10.6 million over the lifetime of the contract, with the final year coming in at $11.5 million.

Who is the most famous Alabama football player?

Alabama has won 15 national championships and those teams featured some of the best players in Crimson Tide history. Many of Alabama’s greatest players went onto achieve success in the NFL, including future Pro Football Hall of Famers like John Hannah, Ozzie Newsome and Derrick Thomas.

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