FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Frank Broyles, who guided the University of Arkansas to its lone national football championship and later molded the overall program as its athletic director, died Monday at the age of 92.

Broyles died from complications of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a statement from his family. “He passed peacefully in his home surrounded by his loved ones,” the statement said.

Broyles won almost 71 percent of his games as head football coach with the Razorbacks for 19 years. He became the school’s athletic director in 1974 while still the football coach, eventually retiring from the gridiron to focus on administrative duties following the 1976 season.

Following his coaching career, Broyles – who earned a spot in the National Football Foundation’s College Hall of Fame – served as an analyst on ABC’s college football telecasts.

While his coaching record of 144-48-5 defined the first part of his career, Broyles’ legacy at Arkansas is every bit equaled by his work as athletic director.

Arkansas’ athletic facilities underwent a near-complete overhaul following the school’s move from the Southwest Conference to the SEC in 1991.

Broyles spearheaded the fundraising efforts that led to the construction of Bud Walton Arena, the renovation of Razorback Stadium and the building of Baum Stadium.

Broyles was known for his ability to identify top coaches, both head coaches and assistants.

He was responsible for the hiring of basketball coaches Eddie Sutton and Nolan Richardson, as well as Lou Holtz and Ken Hatfield in football. Broyles also hired former great John McDonnell in track.

Broyles retired as athletic director in 2007, moving into a fundraising role with the school’s Razorback Foundation until his retirement from that role in 2014.

AUBURN: Jarrett Stidham will start at quarterback for the Sept. 2 opener against Georgia Southern.

The 6-foot-3, 214-pound sophomore enrolled in January and beat out returning starter Sean White. Auburn opens Sept. 2 at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

KENTUCKY: Senior left tackle Cole Mosier sustained a torn right anterior cruciate ligament during Saturday’s scrimmage, ending his Wildcats career.

VIRGINIA TECH: Coach Justin Fuente named redshirt freshman Josh Jackson the starting quarterback for the team’s Sept. 3 opener against West Virginia.

ALABAMA: Former Auburn coach Pat Dye said his onetime Alabama counterpart, Gene Stallings, suffered a mild stroke and was taken to a Dallas-area hospital.

Stallings was at the Dallas/Fort Worth airport at the time awaiting a flight to Alabama, where he and Dye had speaking engagements scheduled for Monday and Tuesday.

NOTRE DAME-WISCONSIN: The Fighting Irish and Badgers will play at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in 2020 and Soldier Field in Chicago in 2021, the schools announced.