During Dana X. Bible's 32 seasons as a head football coach, he developed 14 conference championship teams, including five at Texas A&M and three at the University of Texas. He also coached at Brandon Prep in Shelbyville, Tenn., Mississippi College, Louisiana State, and Nebraska. Bible ranked third nationally in the number of collegiate coaching victories when he retired at the University of Texas after the 1946 season. After retiring as coach, Bible continued as director of athletics at Texas 10 more years and served as a member of the National Collegiate Football Rules Committee for 27 years. He was a charter inductee to the National Football Hall of Fame in 1951, a recipient of the Amos Alonzo Stagg Award in 1954, and was selected as one of the top 25 coaches of a 25-year period by a national poll. Bible was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1959, the Longhorn Hall of Fame in 1960, the University of Nebraska Sports Hall of Fame in 1962, and Texas A&M's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1966.