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Boston Patriots’ Clive Rush

Clive Rush spent six seasons (1963-1968) as the New York Jets offensive coordinator, carefully constructing what would become the AFL’s first Super Bowl-winning offense.

After experiencing championship successes, Rush became a hot commodity as a potential head coach, which ultimately ended with Rush being named as head coach of the Boston Patriots for the 1969 season.  The Pats had finished with a 4-10 record in 1968, and looked to Rush to spark an offense that had finished eighth of the 10 AFL teams in scoring. read more