SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - San Jose State football coach Dick Tomey will retire after the season.
The school said late Sunday that Tomey would hold a formal news conference Monday to discuss his decision. The Spartans, 1-8 after Saturday's 24-9 loss to Utah State, have struggled and their only win came against non-Football Bowl Subdivision school Cal Poly on Sept. 26.
The Wolf Pack beat San Jose State 62-7 on Nov. 8 in a game televised on ESPN. After that game, rumors of Tomey being fired started circulating.
They have their final two home games the next two weekends and conclude the season Dec. 5 against Louisiana Tech.
The 71-year-old Tomey is finishing his fifth season at San Jose State, 29th overall as a major college head coach and 46th in the business. He has an overall record of 182-143-7 at Hawaii, Arizona and San Jose State.
Tomey is president of the 10,000-plus member American Football Coaches Association.