Frank Thomas Solich (born September 8, 1944) is a former American football coach and former player. He is the former head coach at Ohio University , a position he held from 2005 until 2021. From 1998 to 2003, Solich served as the head coach at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln , where he also played fullback under Bob Devaney in the mid-1960s.
Jul 14, 2021 · Eli Burris Coach Frank Solich set the Mid-American Conference record for coaching wins during the 2019 season. Ohio University Head Football Coach Frank Solich announced today that he is stepping down from his position to focus on his health, after an unprecedented successful 16 seasons leading the Bobcats, which included 11 bowl appearances, four Mid-American Conference East titles and a Top 25 ranking.
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Jul 14, 2021 · Ohio's Frank Solich, 76, retires after 16 seasons as head coach Pete Thamel July 14, 2021, 6:13 AM · 2 min read Ohio coach Frank Solich is retiring, ending one of the longest tenures in college...
Ohio's Frank Solich, the winningest coach in MAC history and the fourth-winningest active coach in all of college football, is stepping down to focus on his health, the school announced on Wednesday.
Jul 14, 2021 · Frank Solich announced at a press conference Wednesday he will step down, citing health reasons for his retirement. “It is a rare cardiovascular situation that I’ve got,” Solich said. “I tried...
Head Coach Frank Solich was named Tom Osborne's successor on Dec. 10, 1997. Solich was a part of the NU coaching staff for 25 years. He guided NU to a 12-1 record, Big 12 Championship and No. 2 final ranking in the coaches poll in 1999. In 2001, Solich led the Huskers to an 11-2 record and an appearance in the BCS title game in the Rose Bowl.