Lavell Edwards Stadium at BYU

Lavell Edwards Stadium at BYU

Lavell Edwards was the head coach at Brigham Young University from 1972 to 2000.  He ended his career with 257 victories and is one of the most successful college head coaches in history.  He coached BYU to a National Championship in 1984 and coached the Heisman Trophy winner Ty Detmer in 1990.

He was so successful that Brigham Young University named their Stadium after him.

Picture of Lavell Edwards Stadium


The Lavell Edwards Stadium at BYU is named after their successful Football coach Lavell Edwards.  The stadium is located on the Brigham Young University Campus and seats over 65,000 people.  The stadium features natural grass and sits in the shadows of the mountains to the east of the stadium.  This image of Lavell Edwards Stadium is available from the following stock agencies:


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January 29, 2015

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