Frank Kush, Colts
A legendary coach at Arizona State, Kush compiled a 176-54-1 record over 22 seasons, though his departure was mired in controversy. After leaving college, he coached for a season in the CFL, then took the job as head coach of the Indianapolis Colts. It was a disaster. A strike shortened the 1982 season and the Colts finished 0-8-1. They drafted John Elway the following year, but Elway refused to play for Kush. After two more losing seasons, he was out the door. He coached for a year in the USFL, then never coached again.—Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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