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Western Kentucky Hilltoppers football

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The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (WKU) football program is a college football team that represents Western Kentucky University. The team competes at the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level and represents the university as a member of Conference USA in the Eastern division. The program has 1 national championship (FCS/I-AA), 13 conference championships and 3 FBS-level Bowl wins. The team's current head football coach is Mike Sanford, Jr. The Hilltoppers play their home games at Houchens Industries–L. T. Smith Stadium in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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  • L.T. Smith and World War I (1908–1921) 

  • Edgar Diddle (1922–1928) 

  • Carl Anderson (1929–1937) 

  • Gander Terry and World War II (1938–1947) 

  • Jack Clayton (1948–1956) 

  • Nick Denes (1957–1967) 

  • Jimmy Feix and NCAA Division I-AA transition (1968–1983) 

  • Dave Roberts (1983–1988) 

  • Jack Harbaugh (1989–2002) 

  • David Elson (2003–2009) 

  • Willie Taggart (2010–2012) 

  • Bobby Petrino (2013) 

  • Jeff Brohm (2014–2016) 

  • Mike Sanford Jr. (2017–2018) 

  • Tyson Helton (2019–) 

  • Conference affiliations 

  • National championships 

  • Conference championships 

  • Bowl games 

  • Notable Hilltopper players 

  • Head coaches 

  • Assistants 

  • Rivalries 

  • Middle Tennessee State 

  • Eastern Kentucky 

  • Murray State