By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Fresno State Bulldogs head coach Jeff Tedford has stepped down. He has just completed his third season at the school.
He is reportedly stepped down due to unknown health problems.
“It is with a heavy heart that, today, I am announcing that I am stepping down as the head coach here at Fresno State,” Tedford said.
In his final season with the Bulldogs, Tedford guided the team to a 4-8 record. They finished dead-last in the Mountain West’s West Division.
The team finished with the same record as the UNLV Rebels. However, since the Rebels won their final game of the season against the Nevada Wolf Pack, they finished above the Bulldogs despite each team finishing with 4-8 records.
Before the 2019 season, Tedford led the Bulldogs to 22 wins over a two-year period. The 22 win stretch over two years was the most during a two-year stretch in school history.
He went 10-4 during his first season at the school. Then in 2018, he guided the team to a 12-2 record.