Joe Namath in the IRON BOWL 1964. First Televised Iron Bowl – Played on November 26, 1964. Quarterback Joe Namath led Alabama to a 21–14 victory over Auburn. Alabama finished the regular season 10–0, and won the SEC Championship. This was the second Iron Bowl whereafter the winner earned the AP National Championship. National championship trophies from the AP and UPI were awarded prior to the bowl games in 1964. #Alabama #RollTide #BuiltByBama #Bama #BamaNation #CrimsonTide #IronBowl #RTR…
Alabama squad, which is ranked No. 1 in Andy Staples’ latest Power Rankings, is in position to win another championship if they keep up their dominant play. STAPLES: Alabama No. 1 in this week’s Power Rankings GALLERY: Rare Photos of Joe Namath
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Johnny Mack Brown, halfback for the University of Alabama, carries the ball during the 1926 Rose Bowl against the Washington Huskies. Brown scored two touchdowns in the game, leading the Crimson Tide to a win.