The Houston Cougars football program is an NCAA Division I FBS football team that represents the University of Houston. The team is commonly referred to as "Houston" or "UH". The UH football program is a member of the American Athletic Conference. Houston is coached by head coach Tony Levine. From 1941 to 2012, the Cougars played home games on campus at Robertson Stadium, but that stadium was closed at the end of that season. The team will use Reliant Stadium for most of its 2013 home games before the new Houston Football Stadium opens at the former Robertson Stadium site in 2014. Throughout the Cougars' history, the team has won 10 conference championships and has several players as members of the College Football Hall of Fame, including a Heisman Trophy winner.