Former Alabama LB Barry Krauss Remember the Goal Line Stand in the 40 Anniversary
There are memorable plays in Alabama Crimson Tide football history that are Daniel Moore worthy and unforgettable like the 2nd and 26 throw from Tua Tagovailoa to DeVonta Smith to win the Crimson Tide its 17th national championship.
But Alabama linebacker Barry Krauss' goal line stand against Penn State in the 1979 Sugar Bowl will always be one of the favorite plays in Crimson Tide history.
Krauss joined The Game with Ryan Fowler to discuss the 40th anniversary of the goal line stand against Penn State, playing days with the Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts, learning more from a loss than a win, off season programs under Paul "Bear" Bryant, and the lessons he's learned from Coach Bryant.
For more of Barry Krauss conversation with Ryan Fowler and his memories of the goal line stand, make sure you check out the video above the article.
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