Tim Teykl’s coaching career has taken him to stops at East Bernard High School, Southwest Texas State University, Texas Christian University, Rice Consolidated High School, and for the past sixteen years, his current position as Head Football Coach and Campus Athletic Coordinator at B.F. Terry High School. During that time the Terry Rangers have experienced unparalleled success recording a winning record for the past thirteen consecutive seasons and appearing in both the Class 5A and Class 4A State Playoffs nine times.
Tim is currently serving as a Senior Director of the Texas High School Coaches Association and is the President-Elect of the State 7-on-7 Football. In 2004-05 he was President of the Greater Houston Football Coaches Association (GHFCA) and he is an endowed member of the GHFCA Board of Directors. He was the Game Director in 2003 and 2004 for the Bayou Bowl, a high school all-star game between the Greater Houston area and Louisiana football players. In 2005, he was the Head Coach of Team Texas in that Bayou Bowl game. He also is a Committee Member in the American Football Coaches Association.
On Saturday, February 3, 2007, Tim was inducted into the Ronnie Bell Hall of Honor at the Greater Houston Football Coaches Association’s 2007 Greater Houston Regional Coaches Clinic.
2007 Tom Landry Award