Dr. Pat Trammell
Class of 1975
Birthplace: Scottsboro, AL
Dr. Pat Trammell was born in Scottsboro, Alabama on July 11, 1940. In 1961 he was chosen as an All American quarterback at the University of Alabama, and his leadership sparked Coach Bryant's first national championship team. In 1961 he also became the first Crimson Tider to pass for more than 1,000 yards and only 2 interceptions. He played in the Liberty, Bluebonnet and Sugar Bowl games. A fierce competitor and winner, he epitomized what Coach Bryant wanted in a quarterback. Pat earned his M.D. at the Medical College of Alabama in 1966 but tragically lost a battle with cancer December 10, 1968.
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