At the time of his retirement in 2018, Tim Turbam ranked seventh in Nebraska’s football coaching ranks with 307 career victories. His storied coaching career (307-159-2), which began at Fairmont in 1972 and included a stint at David City before he took over the Bishop Neumann program in 1980. His Bishop Neumann career spanned 39 years. At Bishop Neumann, his teams won back-to-back state championships in 2002 and 2003 and reached the state championship game five other times. In all the Cavaliers qualified for the state playoffs 25 times, winning 11 district championships. Fifty-one of his players earned All-State Honors. Two players went on to play pro ball. Turman also coached track, with his teams winning three State Championships and finishing second once. His sons, Matt and Seth, followed him into the coaching ranks, coaching football and track.