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Kush, Frank

Abstract Frank Joseph Kush is best known for his outstanding achievements in football, both as an All-American player at Michigan State University and as the head coach of ASU. Upon completion of his two-year commitment to the U.S. Army, Dan Devine, Head Coach at Arizona State, offered Frank an assistant coaching position in 1955 where he served as an Assistant Coach until 1958 when Dan Devine left and Frank assumed the role of Head Coach until 1979.
Created Date 2006-01-04
Contributor Stevenson, Pam (Interviewer) / Agave Productions (Contractor) / Arizona State University Retirees Association (Producer)
Subject Sports
Series Administration, Athletics, Position, Coach
Type Moving Image
Extent 139 minutes
Language English
Reuse Permissions All Rights Reserved
Citation Kush, Frank. Interview. 04 JAN. 2006. ASURA Video History Project. © Arizona Board of Regents.
Note Pam Stevenson, Editor; Manny Garcia, Videographer; June Payne, Chair Video History Project.
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  Frank Kush interview, 2006
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