— Sun Devil Athletics (@TheSunDevils) June 22, 2017
In 22 years at ASU, Kush had 19 winning seasons and compiled a record of 176-54-1 (.764), which ranks among the Top 20 all-time. Kush compiled 19 winning seasons in 22 years in Tempe, including nine conference championships and a 6-1 bowl record. He went 16-5 in the Devils’ annual Territorial Cup game against rival Arizona.
Rest In Peace Coach Kush , thankful for everything you did for ASU .
— D.J. Foster (@ASTATE_8) June 22, 2017
He was inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame in 1989 and in December of 1995, the College Football Hall of Fame.
From 2000 until his passing he served as a special assistant to the athletic director. The field at Sun Devil Stadium was named in his honor in 1996. A statue of his likeness was erected in front of the stadium one year later.