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Topic - Bear Bryant
Mal Moore's career was adrift.
Ara Parseghian still remembers every little detail of that dreary night in New Orleans nearly four decades ago, when two titans of college football met for the first time.
There were some dark days at Notre Dame and Alabama, dark years really, during which two of college football's proudest programs flailed and foundered.
"Bear Bryant said after the (1976) game: "I don't think I'm going to be around for the four-pointer," Somogyi recalled.