Frank J. Murray made his reputation on the sidelines of football fields as coach at Marquette and the University of Virginia. Murray coached Marquette from 1922 through 1936, went to Virginia for nine years and then returned to his first love of MU.
Murray was an early exponent of spread formations and flanker plays. He often ran a T formation, considered very innovative at the time.
Marquette eventually dropped football, but Murray's feats will always keep the memory of the sport alive at the school.