Frank Kush
Arizona State
176-54-1 (22 seasons)

Credited with building Arizona State's reputation as a major contender in collegiate football
Guided ASU to 20 winning seasons in his 22-year tenure (1958-79) with the school
Posted a career winning percentage of .764 and a 6-1 record in bowl games
His teams won seven championships in the Western Athletic Conference
Also posted an undefeated season in 1970, when the Sun Devils went 11-0 and was ranked No. 2 nationally in the AP & UPI poll
Named Coach of the Year in 1975
In 1996, ASU named its playing field at Sun Devil Stadium the Frank Kush Field include naming the playing field at Sun Devil Stadium for Frank Kush and started the Frank Kush Endowment, a $3 million fund raiser for Arizona State Athletics.
Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame

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