Legendary UH Football Coach Bill Yeoman Dies At 92

Bill Yeoman, head coach of the University of Houston Cougars football team and Bob Osborne head coach the Nebraska Cornhuskers shake hands after the 1980 Cotton Bowl on January 1, 1980 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. The Cougars won 17-14.
Bill Yeoman, head coach of the University of Houston Cougars football team and Bob Osborne head coach the Nebraska Cornhuskers shake hands after the 1980 Cotton Bowl on January 1, 1980 at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas. The Cougars won 17-14. Photo credit Photo by Cotton Bowl/Collegiate Images via Getty Images

HOUSTON (SportsRadio 610) -- Bill Yeoman, the legendary football coach at the University of Houston, has died at the age of 92.

Yeoman is the winningest coach in the history of Cougars football, winning 160 games and four Southwest Conference championships from 1962 to 1986.

His son, Bill Yeoman Jr., told the Houston Chronicle his father had “a great, great life.”