1958: Legendary head coach Paul "Bear" Bryant took the helm of the Crimson Tide. Bryant ultimately coached the team through its 1982 season.
323: The number of wins Bryant racked up at Alabama. At the time of his retirement, he held the record for the most wins by a coach in college football.
878: The number of official wins the Tide has earned in its history.
14: The number of SEC titles the Tide achieved under Bryant's leadership. Bryant, known for his trademark houndstooth hat, had a record of 323-85-17 over his 25-year coaching career at the university.
26: The Tide's total number of SEC championships.
64: The number of bowl games the Tide has played.
16: The number of national championships the university claims, the most of any school in the SEC, the Bryant Museum said. The team's most recent national title was in 2015 under current head coach Nick Saban.
101,821: The capacity of Bryant-Denny Stadium at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where the Tide plays all its home games.
2007: The year Saban was hired to lead the Tide. Immediately prior to coaching at Alabama, Saban was head coach at Louisiana State University.
2: Bryant and Saban are the only two college football coaches to win SEC championships at two different schools.
3: The number of Alabama coaches in the College Football Hall of Fame. Besides Bryant, those coaches include Frank Thomas and Eugene Stallings.