How did Bill Yeoman die?
Bill Yeoman/Cause of death
Is Bill Yeoman still alive?
Bill Yeoman/Living or Deceased
Did Bill Yeoman die of Covid?
HOUSTON — Former University of Houston head football coach Bill Yeoman has died. He was 92. Yeoman was admitted to the hospital in July for COVID-19. He was released but readmitted this weekend, according to his son, Bill Yeoman Jr.
When did Bill Yeoman die?
August 12, 2020
Bill Yeoman/Date of death
The College Football Hall of Fame inducted Yeoman in 2001, and two years later the Texas Sports Hall of Fame named him as an inductee. Also in 2002, Yeoman received the Paul “Bear” Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award. Yeoman died on August 12, 2020 at the age of 92 from kidney failure and pneumonia.
What was Bill Yeoman’s record as a football coach?
In his tenure, he became the winningest coach in school history, with an overall record of 160–108–8. Yeoman revolutionized offensive football in 1964 by developing the Veer option offense.
How old was Bill Yeoman when he passed away?
Legendary former Houston Cougars head coach Bill Yeoman passed away. Yeoman, 92, passed away according to his son, Bill Yeoman Jr. Yeoman spent the years of 1962 through 1986 coaching the Cougars and finished with a 160-108-1 record. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2001.
When did Bill Yeoman play for the University of Houston?
During Yeoman’s career, the Cougars won four Southwest Conference Championships (1976, 1978, 1979, 1984), and he earned a 6–4–1 record in bowl games including a win over Nebraska in 1980 Cotton Bowl Classic. In 1986, allegations surfaced that illegal recruiting inducements and extra benefits had been tendered to UH football players.
When was Bill Yeoman inducted into the Hall of Fame?
College Football Hall of Fame. Inducted in 2001 (profile) Bill Yeoman (born December 26, 1927) is a former American football player and coach. Starting in 1962, he was the University of Houston’s head coach, holding the position through 1986.