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This is a partial list of people affiliated with The University of Alabama.



Alumni and other attendees of The University of Alabama include:


Art and Humanities


Professional basketball

Active NBA players
Retired NBA players
Active WNBA players

Basketball coaches

Professional Football

Active NFL players
Brodie Croyle

John Parker Wilson, Atlanta Falcons

Retired NFL players
NFL Hall of Fame

Other sports

  • Kelly Kretschman, USA Olympic softball player from 2004-2008
  • Brittany Rogers, 2009 Team USA softball team
  • Ashley Holcombe, 2009 Team USA softball team



  • Mike Armstrong ('70) - Mr. Alabama 1974

Football - College Coaching

Football - NFL Coaching



  • Terin Humphrey, United States Olympian (2004 Athens). Silver Medalist - Team Competition.
  • Meredith Willard. 11-time NCAA All American and 1996 All-Around champion.



Track & Field


  • Charles Li, CEO of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
  • Bernard Madoff, former American businessman, convicted of operating a Ponzi scheme
  • Winton M. Blount, Chairman of Blount International and former Postmaster General
  • David G. Bronner, Director Alabama Pension Systems, Professor University of Alabama
  • Samuel DiPiazza, Chief Executive Officer of PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • James M. Fail, chairman of Bluebonnet Savings Bank
  • Joe McInnes, Director-Alabama Department of Transportation, Executive Vice President-Blount International
  • Dennis Shuler, Fmr. Vice-President Procter and Gamble, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer The Walt Disney Company
  • William Edgar Weldon, Real Est Executive, Chairman of Alabama Republican Party
  • Joseph Warrington ,President , Waterville USA
  • Woodrow Wilson "Foots" Clements, former President and Chief Operating Officer of The Dr Pepper Company (Credited with making the then regional soda a global brand) [1]
  • Clyde Anderson, Chief Executive Officer of Books-A-Million
  • George Lazenby, Chief Executive Office of Emdeon Business Services


Government, politics, and social activism

Journalism and literature

John Cochran, ABC News Reporter

Science, technology and engineering

Faculty and staff


  1. ^ "Foots" Clements, who helped turn Dr. Pepper from a regional Texas soft drink into a global brand, dead at the age of 88.


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