Bob Stull coached three different college football teams for a total of 10 seasons, compiling an overall record of 46-65-2. He also has served as the UTEP athletic director since 1998.
Stull came to Missouri in 1989 and never put together a winning record in five seasons. The closest he came was a 4-7 mark in 1990, winning two of seven Big Eight Conference games. He coached in the infamous “Fifth Down Game” against the University of Colorado that season, falling 33-31 when the officials inadvertently awarded the eventual national champion Buffaloes a fifth down.
Stull made his lone bowl appearance, a loss in the Independence Bowl, while coaching UTEP to a 10-3 record in the Western Athletic Conference in 1988.
|Athletic Director||UTEP Miners||1998-Present|
|Head Coach||Missouri Tigers||1989-1993|
|Offensive Line||Kent State||1971-1974|