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December 10, 1986

The late Paul (Bear) Bryant, the winningest coach in history when he retired after the 1982 season, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame along with two of his former players.

Charley McClendon, who played for Bryant at Kentucky and later compiled a record of 137-59-7 as coach at LSU for 18 seasons, was inducted, as was Jack Pardee, who played fullback and linebacker for Bryant at Texas A&M and last week was named coach at the University of Houston.

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