Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957
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    Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    Came across this glass online. Has anyone ever heard about Coach Bryant (when at A&M) did a coaching clinic up in Atlantic City? I found another from 1955 with Coach Red Drew assisting as well as Paul Dietzel when he was at Army.



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    Re: Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    Can't say that I have but for curiosity sake what was it going for?

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    Re: Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    $51 with 2 days left.....a bit rich for my taste.....but pretty cool
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    Re: Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    According to the "Star News" newspaper out of Pasadena, CA on March 22, 1957 (page 12):

    "Only a few days ago, Davis (note: Al Davis....yes THAT Al Davis) was an instructor and guest speaker at a national football clinic held in Atlantic City. The other participants were such 'names' (???) as Ray Eliot, Forest Evashovski, Rip Engle, and Bear Bryant."

    A modified version of the above sentence appeared in the "Ogden Standard Examiner" of March 31, 1957, written by Rube Samuelsen. Rube informed us in his column - "Rube-Barbs" (yes, I know) - that the clinic had been held "three weeks ago," which is about right. The clinic is usually in early March.
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    Re: Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    Probably not a bad way to spend a couple days of winter back in 1957.

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    Re: Coach Paul Bryant Glass - Atlantic City Coaching Clinic 1957

    Quote Originally Posted by CajunCrimson View Post
    $51 with 2 days left.....a bit rich for my taste.....but pretty cool
    I collect that kind of thing, but $10 would be my ceiling on that.


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