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Whether it’s football, life, or a business, Bill Cowher believes that everyone
should be instilled with three critical points. Everyone needs the right game
plan, the right people and environment surrounding them, and the right approach
to achieve all your goals. Cowher overcame adversity and many obstacles to win
161 games as he compiled the right game plan, molded the right players,
surrounded himself with the right coaches, and had the attitude and mindset to
envision victory every day he stepped on the field.
In 2007, Cowher joined CBS Sports to bring his experience, knowledge and passion
for the game as an analyst for the Network’s NFL studio show, THE NFL TODAY. He
was also a participant on the fast-paced reality show, Fast Cars and Super
Stars, where he impressed fans with his driving abilities.
Bill Cowher led the Steelers to their first Super Bowl title in 26 years in
2005. He was the longest-tenured head coach in the NFL before stepping down
following the 2006 season after 15 years with the Steelers. His 15 seasons with
the Steelers ranks ninth in NFL history for longest head coaching service with
one team. Cowher was only the team's second head coach since 1969 after taking
over for legendary head coach Chuck Noll on January 21, 1992, at the age of 34.
In 1995, at age 38, he became the youngest head coach to lead his team to the
Super Bowl when the Steelers played the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX.
Cowher's Steelers teams earned 10 post-season berths, captured eight division
titles, advanced to six AFC Championship games, made two Super Bowls appearances
and won one Super Bowl title. He led the Steelers to post-season appearances in
each of his first six seasons tying an NFL record originally set by Cleveland
Browns legendary head coach Paul Brown. Cowher is one of only six coaches in NFL
history to claim at least eight division titles. During his 15 seasons, the
Steelers tied with New England for the league's most division titles and posted
the NFL's best overall record in the regular season.
Cowher ended his coaching career with an overall record of 161-99-1 (.619)
including a 149-90-1 (.623) mark in the regular-season. His record with the team
ranks only second to Noll's overall (209-156-1; .572) and regular-season
(193-148-1; .556) records. Cowher's regular-season (.623) and overall (.619)
winning percentages are the highest in Steelers history.
Cowher played five years as a linebacker and special teams standout for the
Cleveland Browns (1980-82) and the Philadelphia Eagles (1983-84). He began his
coaching career as a special teams coach in 1985 under Marty Schottenheimer and
followed him to Kansas City as the eventual defensive coordinator before moving
to Pittsburgh as head coach.
A native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cowher was born on May 8, 1957. He played
linebacker for four years at North Carolina State University and graduated with
a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 1979. Cowher and his wife, Kaye,
have three daughters and reside in Raleigh, N.C.
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Steelers Draft History: Bill Cowher vs. Mike Tomlin Behind the Steel Curtain In 2000 Bill Cowher was in his eighth year as head coach of the Steelers, having succeeded legendary coach Chuck Noll in 1992. By this time Cowher had compiled a record of 86-57 (.597 winning percentage) and had led the Steelers to playoff appearances ...