College football has lost yet another all-time coach. Former Arkansas coach Frank Broyles died Monday at the age of 92. Broyles had been suffering from Alzheimer's, an illness that also took his wife in 2004. The legendary coach was hired by Arkansas in December 1957. He coached in Fayetteville until 1976, winning a national championship in 1964. Broyles went 144-58-5 with the Razorbacks and won seven Southwest Conference titles. In all, he spent 57 total years working at Arkansas, also serving as athletic director and a fundraiser. "We wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to all those who helped contribute to his charmed life. Whether you were one of his players, coaches, colleagues or friends, a Razorback fan or fellow caregiver, you were an integral part of his fairy tale story. To his family, he was quite simply, our hero," a statement from the Broyles family read.
Legendary coach Frank Broyles, who brought Arkansas its lone title, dies at 92
CBS Sports | Aug 14