Bob Seaman spoke to reporters on Oct. 7, 1970, after being named Wichita State football coach. He had been offensive coordinator when one of the team’s two planes crashed in the Rocky Mountains, killing 31 people including coach Ben Wilson. Seaman was on the other plane that landed safely in Logan, Utah.
Bob Seaman spoke to reporters on Oct. 7, 1970, after being named Wichita State football coach. He had been offensive coordinator when one of the team’s two planes crashed in the Rocky Mountains, killing 31 people including coach Ben Wilson. Seaman was on the other plane that landed safely in Logan, Utah. File photo The Wichita Eagle
Bob Seaman spoke to reporters on Oct. 7, 1970, after being named Wichita State football coach. He had been offensive coordinator when one of the team’s two planes crashed in the Rocky Mountains, killing 31 people including coach Ben Wilson. Seaman was on the other plane that landed safely in Logan, Utah. File photo The Wichita Eagle