Arizona State fired football cocach Todd Graham on Sunday, axing the sixth-year coach just hours after the bowl-eligible Sun Devils beat rival Arizona to wrap up the regular season.
The 52-year-old Texan was canned after going 46-31 in six seasons. He has a career 45-31 record at the Sun Devils helm, including a 6-5 overall and 5-3 Pac-12 record this season heading into Saturday's game vs. Arizona.
Ngl Energy Partners (NGL) Receiving Somewhat Positive Press Coverage, Report Shows
This repurchase authorization allows the oil and gas company to repurchase up to 1.3% of its shares through open market purchases. TheStreet lowered shares of Ngl Energy Partners from a "c-" rating to a "d+" rating in a research note on Tuesday, August 15th.
But the final three seasons were a struggle, mostly because of poor defense, shaky recruiting and staff turnover. Graham could coach the Sun Devils in a bowl game next month, but it's not yet known if he will have the opportunity to do so. In choosing to move on from Graham, Arizona State will look to make a hire that will keep the program competitive as the former two-time Pac-10/12 Coach of the Year joins the division for 2018.
According to Dan Wolken of USA Today, two people with knowledge on the matter said Graham believes he will be fired despite not yet receiving any indication regarding his status from athletic director Ray Anderson. Coaches then began informing players. A news conference is expected later Sunday.
- Whiting Petroleum Corp's (NYSE:WLL) Sentiment is 1.51
- Darren McFadden: Dallas Cowboys waive veteran RB
- Oxford Circus panic: Pair released after police questioning
- Dylan Taylor Sells 300 Shares of Colliers International Group Inc (CIGI) Stock
- Impeach rap vs Sereno should've been junked: law expert
- A Surface Pro and Black Type Cover Bundle starts at $1099
- Protecting citizens' fundamental rights sacrosanct duty of Judiciary: CJI
- The New Huawei Mate 10 Pro, Mate 10 Porsche Available at Telkom
- CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) Sees Significant Increase in Short Interest
- Switzerland's Feuz wins World Cup downhill in Lake Louise