Former WKU Coach On Hall Of Fame Ballot | WKU Connection

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College Football Hall of Fame game candidate and WKU legend coach Jim Feix, was one of several candidates for the class of 2020 HAF.

Coach Feix has the most wins of any coach during a career at WKU with 106 wins. He was the man in charge for 15 seasons, during that time, he took the Hilltoppers to 6 OVC championships, 3 time OVC coach of the year. He also went to the Division 2 national title game twice. He is already a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Hall of Fame. As well as a charter member of the WKU Athletics Hall of Fame.

As a player for WKU (1952) he led the Hilltoppers to a 9-1 record and the schools first ever bowl appearance (A win over Arkansas State in the Refrigerator bowl in nearby Evansville, IN). He later joined the New York Giants before an injury ended his playing career.

The Hall of Fame game will take place on August 1st in Canton, OH.

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