When your team has one of the greatest ends in football history, one would expect the first touchdown pass of his senior year to come before the season's seventh game, but that is what happened with Don Hutson and the 1934 Alabama team. Hutson was a fabulous, fluid athlete who played left end for Bama during the days when every end was tight. The counterweight on the right side of Alabama's line was a junior named Paul "Bear" Bryant.
What an awesome graphic of the schematic for the play! Great story Tim
The last line. Love it 😂😂😂