| Wins against Kentucky - 6 | Losses against Kentucky - 20 |
Alma Mater: Virginia Tech 
Hometown: Crisp, NC
Date Born: December 10, 1896
Date Died: January 23, 1970
Overall Record: 264-133 [20 Seasons]
|3/2/1946||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||59 - 30||SEC Tournament (at Louisville, KY)|
|2/28/1942||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||36 - 34||SEC Tournament Championship (at Louisville, KY)|
|2/9/1942||Alabama at Kentucky||W||50 - 34||-|
|2/2/1942||Kentucky at Alabama||L||35 - 41||-|
|3/1/1941||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||39 - 37||SEC Tournament (at Louisville, KY)|
|2/8/1941||Alabama at Kentucky||W||46 - 38||-|
|2/3/1941||Kentucky at Alabama||W||38 - 36||-|
|2/10/1940||Alabama at Kentucky||W||46 - 18||-|
|1/27/1940||Kentucky vs. Alabama||L||32 - 36||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/11/1939||Alabama at Kentucky||W||45 - 27||-|
|1/28/1939||Kentucky vs. Alabama||L||38 - 41||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/12/1938||Alabama at Kentucky||W||28 - 21||-|
|1/31/1938||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||57 - 31||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/10/1937||Alabama at Kentucky||L||31 - 34||-|
|2/1/1937||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||38 - 27||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/7/1936||Alabama at Kentucky||W||40 - 34||-|
|2/3/1936||Kentucky at Alabama||W||32 - 30||-|
|2/11/1935||Alabama at Kentucky||W||25 - 16||-|
|2/1/1935||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||33 - 26||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/8/1934||Alabama at Kentucky||W||26 - 21||-|
|2/1/1934||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||33 - 28||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/13/1933||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||35 - 31||(at Birmingham, AL)|
|2/8/1932||Alabama at Kentucky||W||50 - 22||-|
|1/26/1929||Alabama at Kentucky||L||26 - 27||-|
|2/1/1926||Alabama at Kentucky||W||27 - 16||-|
|2/5/1925||Kentucky at Alabama||L||15 - 24||-|
Obituary - Montgomery (AL) Advertiser (January 24, 1970)
Crisp Helped Coach in Nine Bama Bowls
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Hank Crisp, who coached a generation of athletes at the University of Alabama, died Friday night shortly before he was to be inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame.
Crisp, 73, collapsed at a reception preceding the induction banquet. A University Hospital spokesman said he was dead on arrival.
The ceremonies to install Crisp and seven other state sports figures into the Hall went on as planned. Members of Crisp's family and the Alabama coaching staff remained to pay tribute to him.
Gov. Albert Brewer, who presided over the induction, told the crowd of 1,000 ticket holders, "It is my sad task to advise you that Coach Hank Crisp passed away a moment ago."
The crowd observed a minute of silence.
Crisp joined the Alabama staff in 1921. In the following 36 years, he coached lines that played in nine post-season football bowls and compiled a 184-64-15 record. His squads went to six Rose Bowls, two Cotton Bowls and one Orange Bowl.
He was the head man in Crimson Tide basketball team from 1924 to 1942. Crisp's teams won 266 games, lost 129, claimed the Southern Conference title in 1931 and won the Southeastern Conference laurels in 1936.
Crisp was Alabama athletic director from 1931-39 and again from 1954-57. He also directed the school's intramural program for several years and was track mentor for six seasons.
The coach was born at Crisp, N.C., Dec. 10, 1896. He won eight athletic letters at Virginia Tech, despite the loss of his right hand when he was 13.
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