TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Former Alabama football coach Gene Stallings says he’s recovering from a stroke.
Stallings told Alabama news outlets in telephone interviews from his home in Paris, Texas, that it happened Thursday.
He was in Montgomery, Alabama, for a banquet where he introduced the speaker: Dabo Swinney, his former player and now head coach at Clemson.
Stallings said he didn’t feel well. So he went to a hospital where it was determined that he had a stroke before the banquet.
Stallings flew back to Texas on Friday. He canceled a weekend appearance in Tuscaloosa. He said doctors said he should curtail travel for six weeks.
Stallings was head coach at the University of Alabama from 1990-96. His 1992 team won a national championship.
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