Arizona State is honoring legendary coach Frank Kush.
Kush, 88, passed away in June. The Sun Devils announced Wednesday that they will dedicate their home game against San Diego State on Sept. 9 to the coach that put the program on the map.
ASU is also planning to transport a flag with signatures of players, coaches and fans to Camp Tontozona, where the team will plant it into the ground at Mount Kush. The steep hill was where the former coach would have his players hike up to in full gear at the end of practice at Camp Tontozona.
Kush coached at Arizona State for 22 seasons, winning 176 games over that span. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1995.