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Arizona State University ASU

For students, that means access to an education that makes them master learners, capable of learning anything throughout their lives. For society, it means sharing the benefits of purpose-based discovery from a research university that assumes responsibility for the overall health of the communities it serves.

For all of us, it's called thriving. And ASU is where it begins.

The Arizona State University faculty is at the forefront nationally in advancing research and discovery. Our more than 3,439 faculty members inspire new ways of thinking, innovating and solving problems socially, culturally and economically in our region and in the international community.

We aspire to create an accessible academic experience and attract faculty not bound by traditional disciplinary distinctions, but who embrace an inclusive, collaborative and entrepreneurial environment defined by excellence and impact.

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Mailing Address

Office of the University Provost
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 877805
Tempe, AZ 85287-7805

Street Address

Fulton Center
300 E University Drive, Suite 420
Tempe, AZ 85281



TEMPE, Ariz.--Frank Kush, Arizona State University and College Football Hall of Fame inductee and the winningest coach in Sun Devil Football history, passed away Thursday at 88. Kush was a part of the ASU family since 1955 and served in many roles over the years, most recently as an ambassador for Sun Devil Athletics.

Kush started his career at ASU in 1955 as an assistant under former head coach Dan Devine. Three seasons later, on Dec. 22, 1957, Kush became the 15th football coach in Arizona State history.

Kush went on to win 176 games, the most in school history, across 21.5 seasons and was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995. He led his team to seven Western Athletic Conference Championships and guided the Sun Devils to winning seasons in 19 of his 22 years. The Hall of Famer also holds the ASU football record for most postseason victories.

Kush led the Sun Devils to six victories in seven bowl games, including the 1970 Peach Bowl and 1975 Fiesta Bowl where the team capped off two undefeated seasons. The Peach Bowl marked ASU's first bowl game in 19 years and the Fiesta Bowl win pushed the Sun Devils to second in the national rankings, the highest ever under Kush.

With Kush's 1975 team finishing second in the national rankings, he was named the National Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association and the Walter Camp Foundation. Aside from producing winning teams, Kush helped guide 38 college players to All-America honors and 128 players into the National Football League, including 10 first-round draft picks and 17 Pro Bowlers.

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