Bill Curry served as head coach at four different schools from 1980-2012. His head coaching career began at Georgia Tech from 1980-1986. Curry was then hired to coach Alabama from 1987-1989. Curry’s Alabama squad made a bowl appearance every year he led the Crimson Tide. His 1989 team posted a 10-1 regular season record and earned Alabama’s first SEC title since 1981. At the conclusion of the 1989 season, he was named the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year. Curry’s career continued at Kentucky, where he coached from 1990-1996. Curry took a hiatus from coaching and returned in 2008 when Georgia State began their football program. He remained with Georgia State until 2012.