Purdue reportedly put an end to the headache that was the Darrell Hazell.

According to the Journal and Courier’s Nathan Baird, the Purdue coach was fired after a 49-35 loss to Iowa on Saturday:

Hazell was in his fourth year of a six-year deal. He was 9-33 overall and just 3-24 in B1G play during his three-and-a-half seasons in West Lafayette.

The news came on the heels of a loss in which Purdue allowed 365 rushing yards in a home loss to Iowa. Purdue is 3-3 on the season and 1-2 in B1G play.

Purdue athletic director Mike Bobinski was brought on board earlier in the year to replace Morgan Burke, who is retiring at the end of the 2016-17 school year.

Purdue receivers coach Gerard Parker will fill in as the team’s interim coach.

More will be updated on this story as information becomes available.