Bill Cowher's last season as head coach for the Steelers was 2006.
Bill Cowher's final season as head coach for the Steelers was 2006.
As of the end of the 2007 season, Bill Cowher has a lifetime head coaching record of 149-90-1, all with the Pittsburgh Steelers between 1992-2006.
He was 35 when he started as the Steelers head coach, when he became an assistant coach for the Browns he was 28.
Bill Cowher was the head coach of the Steelers for 15 seasons. Bill coached from 1992-2006.
Bill Cowher resigned after the 2006 season.
Bill Cowher's first season as head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers was 1992.
Bill Cowher was the head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers for 15 years (1992-2006).
Bill Cowher became the head coach of the Steelers on January 21, 1992 succeeding Chuck Knoll. The season opener was against Houston on September 6th, and they handed the Oilers a 29 - 24 defeat.
Bill Cowher replaced Chuck Noll as the Steelers head coach in 1992.