It looks like another SEC school is moving on from its head coach.

This time, it is being reported that Ole Miss has parted ways with head coach Matt Luke after three seasons. Luke went 6-6 in his first season in 2017 but slipped to 4-8 in 2019 in the dangerous SEC West. He finishes 15-21 overall.

Neal McCready with Rebel Grove shared the report:

Luke was the coach selected to replace Hugh Freeze after Freeze was forced to resign amidst an off-the-field scandal. Luke served in an interim role for the 2017 season before taking the full-time job in 2018.

.Ole Miss becomes the third SEC school to fire a head coach this season. Arkansas (Chad Morris) and Missouri (Barry Odom) are the others.