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Frank Solich named 2019 American Football Coaches Association President
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Frank Solich named 2019 American Football Coaches Association President

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Current Ohio coach and former Husker player, assistant and head coach Frank Solich on Monday was named the 2019 American Football Coaches Association President.

Solich succeeds former president Bill Cronin of Georgetown (Kent.). 

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“It’s an honor to be President of the American Football Coaches Association,” Solich said in a press release. “We will strive as a group of coaches to continue to work for the betterment of our student-athletes and the great game of football.”

Solich led Nebraska for six seasons, compiling a 58-19 record. He led the Huskers a conference championship and a Fiesta Bowl victory in 1999, when he earned Big 12 coach of the year honors.

At Ohio, Solich has compiled a 106-75 record over 14 seasons, including a 9-4 mark with a Frisco Bowl victory in 2018. 

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