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Robert James "Bobby" McGrady (born 14 September, 1956) is an American football coach, currently the head coach of the AFL San Antonio Stallions. Prior to being hired by the Stallions, he was the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide collegiate football program from 2000-2010, where he won six straight Southern Conference titles (2004-2009), back-to-back national championships in 2006 and 2007, and enjoyed a 50-game winning streak over the course of four seasons, from October 2005 until January of 2009. From 1993-1999, McGrady was the head coach of the Memphis Tigers collegiate football program, his alma mater, where he had previously spent his entire coaching career.
Alabama Crimson Tide
McGrady was the head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide for 11 seasons, where he won 121 games, two national championships, six straight conference championships, seven straight division championships, and had a bowl record of 8-2, including seven Elite Series bowl wins.
San Antonio Stallions
Head Coaching Records
|1994||Memphis||9-4||5-4||3rd/2nd||W Covenant Classic|
|1996||Memphis||13-1||8-1||2nd/1st||W Nashville Classic||24|
|1998||Memphis||9-4||6-3||4th/2nd||L Charlotte Bank|
|1999||Memphis||10-3||7-2||3rd/2nd||W Nashville Classic|
|2006||Alabama||14-0||9-0||1st/1st||W Chicago †||1|
|2007||Alabama||14-0||9-0||1st/1st||W Silver †||1|
|2008||Alabama||13-1||9-0||1st/1st||L Peach †||3|
† denotes national title game
Coaching Record (All-Time): 188-52 Win Percentage: 0.783
Bowl Record: 13-3 Win Percentage: 0.8125
Record (Alabama): 121-27 Win Percentage: .817
Record (Memphis): 67-25 Win Percentage: 0.728
|2011||San Antonio Stallions||6-6||3-4||5th (South)||Missed Playoffs|
|2012||San Antonio Stallions||8-4||6-1||2nd (South)||Lost First Round|