William Alexander "Bill" Curry (born October 21, 1942) is a retired American football coach and former player. Most recently he was the head coach for the Georgia State Panthers, which began competing in college football in 2010. Curry formerly worked as a football analyst for ESPN.
Previously, Curry served as the head football coach for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1980–1986), the Alabama Crimson Tide (1987–1989), and the Kentucky Wildcats (1990–1996). He played football at Georgia Tech (1962–1964) and then played for ten seasons in the National Football League with four different teams: the Green Bay Packers (1965–1966), the Baltimore Colts (1967–1972), the Houston Oilers (1973), and the Los Angeles Rams (1974).