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'Thankful' Gene Stallings accepts Alabama football legend award

Former Alabama head coach Gene Stallings has kept himself busy.

So busy, in fact, that it doesn’t seem like he had been on a ventilator and fighting for his life after suffering a serious heart attack in October. 830 more words

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Former Alabama coach Gene Stallings at Football Legend Luncheon

Former Alabama head coach Gene Stallings takes pictures following receiving the 2017 Camellia Bowl Alabama Football Legend Award at the Renaissance Hotel.

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Tide's Bryant, Stallings, Ogilvie among 16 Sugar Bowl Hall inductees

TUSCALOOSA — The inaugural Sugar Bowl Hall of Fame class is, fittingly, filled with Alabama legends.

Former Crimson Tide coaches Paul “Bear” Bryant and Gene Stallings are among the 16 inductees, along with former Alabama running back Major Ogilvie. 372 more words

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Monday, October 09, 2017 – Monday After College Football Awards

Monday, October 09, 2017 – Monday After College Football Awards

Happy Indigenous People Day! You want to take down some statues? How about the New World explorers? 337 more words

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Legendary Alabama coach reportedly on a ventilator after another health scare this year

Former Alabama coach Gene Stallings has had a rough year and it looks like it might have gotten worse. He suffered his third stroke of the year on Friday. 181 more words

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Legendary Coaches show canceled after Stallings suffers stroke

A “Legendary Coaches” event has been cancelled for Tuesday at the Montgomery Performing Arts Centre, due to a mild stroke suffered by Gene Stallings on Monday morning. 145 more words

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Legendary Alabama coach reportedly suffers stroke ahead of speaking engagement

Former Alabama head coach Gene Stallings has had his share of health issues lately, and it appears he’s had another one.

Former Auburn Coach Pat Dye, in a series of tweets, said Stallings suffered a minor stroke while awaiting a flight at Dallas-Fort Worth  airport, where the two coaches where on their way to Hunstsville, AL., for a speaking engagement. 222 more words

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