Marc Bronco Clay Mendenhall is the former head coach of the Virginia Cavaliers football team at the University of Virginia, after he stepped down following the 2021 season ended. Previously, he was head coach of Brigham Young University's Cougars football team, leaving for Virginia with the second-most wins in school history, eleven consecutive bowl invitations, five 10-win seasons, and regular Top 25 rankings. He won 99 games in eleven years at BYU.
|Born||February 21, 1966|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1989–1990||Oregon State (GA/DL)|
|1991–1992||Snow College (DC/DB)|
|1993||Northern Arizona (DB)|
|1994||Northern Arizona (Co-DC/DB)|
|1995||Oregon State (DL)|
|1996||Oregon State (DC/DB)|
|1997||Louisiana Tech (DB)|
|1998–2001||New Mexico (DC/DB)|
|2002||New Mexico (AHC/DC/DB)|
|Head coaching record|
|Accomplishments and honors|
|2 Mountain West (2006, 2007)|
1 ACC Coastal (2019)
|Mountain West Coach of the Year (2006)|
After serving as the team's defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach, he became the head coach at Brigham Young University in 2005.
He has three sons: Cutter, Raeder, and Breaker.
He graduated from American Fork High School in 1984.
He was a defensive back at Oregon State.
Quarterback John Beck played for him at BYU.
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● Bronco Mendenhall was born on February 21, 1966 (age 56) in Alpine, Utah, United States ● He is a celebrity football coach
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