Former Colts Head Coach Frank Kush Dies At The Age Of 88
June 23, 2017 12:24 AM | Kevin Bowen

INDIANAPOLIS - The first head coach in the history of the Indianapolis Colts passed away on Thursday.

Frank Kush, who coached the Colts from 1982-84, died at the age of 88.

Kush was hired by the Colts on Dec. 21, 1981, succeeding Mike McCormack.

A players' strike in 1982 cut Kush's debut season as head coach to just nine games.

In his three seasons as Colts head coach, Kush had a record of 11-28-1.

Kush is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. In his college coaching career, Kush was the head man at Arizona State from 1958-1979, compiling a record of 176-51-1.

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