Steadman Shealy

Steadman S. Shealy, Jr. (born June 8, 1958) is an American attorney and former college quarterback. He is best known as the starting quarterback on the University of Alabama's 1979 national championship team. Shealy was also a member of the 1978 national championship team, but played back-up to Jeff Rutledge.

Shealy is a lifelong resident of Dothan, Alabama. After graduating from high school in 1976, he played football on a scholarship for the legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant at the University of Alabama. Shealy was a wishbone quarterback for the Tide from 1977–1980. He was part of Alabama's 28 consecutive wins — the longest win streak in school history — from 1978–1980. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree (Cum Laude) in 1980.[1] Shealy hosted The Bear Bryant Show in 1982 and served as a graduate assistant in the football program while earning his law degree.[2] He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Alabama's law school in 1984.[1]

Shealy joined the Dothan lawfirm of Buntin & Cobb as an associate in 1984. Today he is a senior partner in the firm, which is now known as Shealy, Crum & Pike, P.C. He practices civil litigation with an emphasis on insurance, corporate defense, personal injury, and product liability. Shealy and his wife, Ann, have five children, Steadman Jr., Jacqueline,[3] Anna Catharine, Robert, and John David.[1]

References

External links

  • Shealy, Crum & Pike, P.C. website
Preceded by
Willie Banks
Robert W. Dugas
Steve Fuller
Dan Harrigan
James J. Kovach
NCAA Top Five Award
Class of 1980
Gregory Kelser
Paul B. McDonald
R. Scott Neilson
Steadman S. Shealy
Marc D. Wilson
Succeeded by
Darrell Griffith
Mark D. Herrmann
Donald J. Paige
Ronald K. Perry
Randy Lee Schleusener
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