Colorado State Fires Coach Steve Addazio After Going Only 4-12 In Two Chaotic Seasons, According To Reports
After amassing a 4-12 record in just two seasons, Steve Addazio is no longer the Colorado State coach, ESPN reported. Addazio, 62, comes after seven years of running at Boston College, including six bowl appearances. But the Rams never followed his lead, losing six straight games to close out the 2021 season.
The 52-10 home loss to Nevada last week was particularly frustrating for Addazio, who just became FBS’s second coach. pushed out for receiving two penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct in a single game since 2016. Addazio’s acquisition fell from $5 million to $3 million on Thursday, according to reports. Pete Thamel by Yahoo Sports.
Addazio’s tenure at Colorado State has begun hard start amid the COVID-19 pandemic last season. CSU players and staff claimed there was a COVID-19 test cover-up issue on the show. The program also dealt with allegations of racism and verbal abuse under the direction of Addazio.
But an independent investigation has provided “positive and reassuring” results, CSU president Joyce McConnell said last year. Addazio kept his job and went 1-3 in his first season. The Rams started the 2021 season 3-3 and spooked Iowa before unraveling in the second half of the season. Addazio takes over from Mike Bobo after the 2019 season after Bobo hit 28-35 in five seasons.
The Rams joined Fresno State among the Mountain West programs in search of a new coach when Bulldogs coach Kalen DeBoer accepted the job in Washington this week.
https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/colorado-state-fires-coach-steve-addazio-after-going-just-4-12-in-two-turbulent-seasons-per-reports/ Colorado State Fires Coach Steve Addazio After Going Only 4-12 In Two Chaotic Seasons, According To Reports