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Former Arizona State, NFL Head Coach Frank Kush Dies At 88

Longtime college football and NFL head coach Frank Kush has passed away.

Kush passed away peacefully at a hospital in Arizona, according to ABC15.com. He was 88.

A defensive lineman at Michigan State in the early 1950s, Kush was the head coach at Arizona State from 1958-79. He compiled an overall record of 176-54-1, and is the winningest coach in school history.

Kush also coached the Baltimore Colts for two-and-a half seasons in the early 1980s, finishing with a record of 11-28-1.

Arizona State tweeted out a tribute to Kush this afternoon.

Our thoughts are with the Kush family.

RIP, Coach Kush.