Bert Coan - Height Weight Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Bert Coan’s height is 6ft 5in (1.96 m)

Elroy Bert Coan III (born July 2, 1940 in Timpson, Texas) is a former American football player. He is most notable because of his extraordinary speed (9.4 in the 100-yard dash) and size (6’4″, 215 lbs) and because he was the central figure in a dispute over the 1960 college football game between the University of Kansas Jayhawks and the University of Missouri Tigers, the second-longest-running rivalry in college football (known as the “Border War”). Coan played for Kansas – and helped the Jayhawks win the 1960 game by a score of 23-7 over Missouri, then-ranked #1. But later, the NCAA declared Coan ineligible, due to a recruiting violation by Bud Adams while Coan was still at Texas Christian University (TCU) and the game was forfeited. Missouri (and the NCAA) considers the 1960 game a victory for Missouri, while Kansas argues otherwise. Ever since, the two universities have disputed the overall win-loss record in the long-running series.

First Name: Elroy
Middle Name: Bert
Last Name: II
Birth Full Name: Elroy Bert Coan III
Born: 2 July, 1940
Birthplace: Timpson, TX
Height: 6ft 5in (1.96 m)
Weight: 220 lbs (99.8 kg)
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Nationality: American
University: Kansas, TCU
Occupation: Football (American)
Filmography: AFL-NFL World Championship Game (1967, TV Movie), The NFL on NBC (1965, TV Show)

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