Coach Frank Kush
Coach Frank Kush
ASU Sun Devil Stadium - Frank Kush Field


All-American guard at Michigan State. The Spartans were national champions his senior year.

First coaching assignment was with an Army team at Fort Benning, Georgia - Veteran

His teams won 76% of their games and 9 conference titles.

Won 21 consecutive victories over 3 seasons (1969-1971), plus winning streaks of 13 games (twice) and 12 games (twice).

6-1 record in post-season games.

Coached 30 All-Americans, including QB Danny White, DB John Harris, WR John Jefferson, LB Ron Pritchard, Bob Breuning and Larry Gordon, DE Al Harris, RB Woody Green, DB Mike Haynes, HOF.

129 of Frank's players went on to play professionally.

Named Coach of the Year in 1975

Better Division 1 winning record than Woody Hayes, Earl Blaik, Darrel Royal, Dan Devine, Ara Parseghian, and Pop Warner.

Coached Professionally Canadian Football League: Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1981, National Football League: Baltimore/Indianapolis Colts, United States Football League: Arizona Outlaws 1985.

Ten years as the Executive Administrator - Arizona Boys Ranch, a rehabilitation center for delinquent boys.

Charter member of the National Football Foundation Coaches Hall of Fame, Valley of the Sun Chapter, serving as president for 4 years.

Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame - 1995.

Inducted into the Polish Hall of Fame - 1996

Sun Devil Stadium playing surface named "Frank Kush Field" - 1996.

Hired by Arizona State University as an assistant to the athletic director - 2000.

Frank Kush Youth Foundation Chairman - 1994-2017.

Inducted into the Michigan State University Hall of Fame - 2000.