Arizona State football coach Todd Graham has officially been fired.
The Sun Devils had scheduled a meeting with the head coach at 8:00 a.m. this morning where Graham learned he had been relieved of his duties.
The decision comes despite Graham leading Arizona State to a win over rival Arizona in the Territorial Cup on Saturday night.
Graham took over as head coach at Arizona State in 2012 after spending one season leading the Pitt Panthers. He also previously served as head coach at Rice and Tulsa.
Throughout his coaching career, the 52-year-old holds an overall record of 95-60, with a 5-3 mark in bowl games.
Following Saturday’s win, Graham thanked all of the Sun Devils seniors for their hard work throughout the years. He ends his tenure with a 42-30 win.
Thank you to our seniors for your service and sacrifice to this University!! Proud of how you’ve grown into men of tremendous character through the years. We honor you today! #SunDevilBrotherhood #CharacterSmartDisciplineTough pic.twitter.com/dFoNZzWthX
— Todd Graham (@CoachGrahamASU) November 25, 2017