BYU football coaches ranked by winning percentage
#13 - Hal Mitchell, .267 (8-22) »1 of 13 «
Courtesy of L. Tom Perry Special Collections
The former UCLA and New York Giants offensive lineman coached the Cougars for three seasons in the '60s (1961-63). His best season was 1962, where the Cougars finished the WAC tied for second place.
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