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January 28, 1985 | Associated Press
The Indianapolis Colts, the weakest team in the National Football League on offense in 1984, today named St. Louis offensive coordinator Rod Dowhower as head coach. He succeeds Frank Kush, who resigned the week before the final game of the regular season to become coach of the Arizona Outlaws of the United States Football League.
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January 2, 1995 | Associated Press
Rod Dowhower, quarterbacks coach for the Cleveland Browns, says he will become Vanderbilt's new football coach when the Browns' season ends, The Tennessean reported Sunday. "I have accepted the Vanderbilt job," Dowhower told the newspaper after the Browns defeated New England, 20-13, in the AFC wild-card game. "But I'm still committed to the Browns." The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported that Dowhower, 51, apparently has a five-year deal with Vanderbilt for $250,000 a year.
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January 2, 1995 | Associated Press
Rod Dowhower, quarterbacks coach for the Cleveland Browns, says he will become Vanderbilt's new football coach when the Browns' season ends, The Tennessean reported Sunday. "I have accepted the Vanderbilt job," Dowhower told the newspaper after the Browns defeated New England, 20-13, in the AFC wild-card game. "But I'm still committed to the Browns." The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported that Dowhower, 51, apparently has a five-year deal with Vanderbilt for $250,000 a year.
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January 29, 1985 | Associated Press
Settling the muddled quarterback situation of the Indianapolis Colts is a top priority of Rod Dowhower, who was named coach of the National Football League team Monday. "I want to go into the season with the quarterback spot settled," Dowhower said at a news conference. The former offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Cardinals succeeds Frank Kush, who resigned the week before the final game of the regular season to become head coach of Arizona in the United States Football League.
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January 29, 1985 | Associated Press
Settling the muddled quarterback situation of the Indianapolis Colts is a top priority of Rod Dowhower, who was named coach of the National Football League team Monday. "I want to go into the season with the quarterback spot settled," Dowhower said at a news conference. The former offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Cardinals succeeds Frank Kush, who resigned the week before the final game of the regular season to become head coach of Arizona in the United States Football League.
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January 28, 1985 | Associated Press
The Indianapolis Colts, the weakest team in the National Football League on offense in 1984, today named St. Louis offensive coordinator Rod Dowhower as head coach. He succeeds Frank Kush, who resigned the week before the final game of the regular season to become coach of the Arizona Outlaws of the United States Football League.
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