Former Utah football head coach Chuck Stobart died Tuesday at the age of 90 in Arizona.
Stobart was Utah’s head coach from 1982-1984, where he guided the Utes to a 16-17-1 record.
Three of his players — running back Carl Monroe, tight end Andy Parker and quarterback Mark Stevens — went on to play in the NFL.
Prior to Utah, Stobart coached at Toledo for five seasons, finishing his time there with a record of 24-31-1. After his stint with the Utes, Stobart helmed Memphis for six seasons, coaching the Tigers to a 29-36-1 record.
Stobart also had stints as offensive coordinator at Pittsburgh, Arizona, USC and Ohio State. Prior to coaching, Stobart was the quarterback for Ohio University.