It looks like former Minnesota head coach Tracy Claeys is moving on from his job at Washington State.

Claeys was at Minnesota from 2011-16 under a number of different roles. He finished his time with the Gophers as interim and then the permanent head coach, compiling an 11-8 overall record.

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After being fired following the 2016 season, Claeys was out of football until taking the DC job under Washington State head coach Mike Leach. Claeys helped guide the Cougars to an 11-2 record in 2018, but results in 2019 have not been good.

The Cougars have given up 30.6 points per game through five games to start 2019 and have fallen to 3-2 on the year. As a result, Claeys has reportedly resigned as DC.

Brett McMurphy with Stadium shared the report: