Charlie Rash
Charlie Rash

Event:
Football

Hall of Fame Class:
1998


Charlie Rash was the co-captain of Coach Dan Devine's first football team at the University of Missouri in 1958. He played guard and kicker and earned all-conference honors in 1957 and 1958. He was a third-team all-American as a senior and was chosen to play in the East-West Shrine Game. Rash, a native of Shelbina, Mo., had the rare distinction of playing at Mizzou for Don Faurot (1955-56), Frank Broyles ('57) and Devine ('58). Rash learned his lessons well from those three Hall of Fame coaches, and entered the coaching profession at MU upon his graduation. He served Devine through 1961, then spent a pair of years coaching at the U.S. Air Force Academy before signing on at Tennessee in 1964. A rising star in the coaching profession, he and two other Volunteer assistant coaches were killed in a tragic train-car collision, Oct. 22, 1965.

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