December 6th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Fresno State coach Jeff Tedford is expected to step down Friday, sources told ESPN. Tedford’s coaching staff is scheduled to meet Friday morning, and a team meeting will follow, where players are expected to be informed of the situation. Assistant coaches were told to return from recruiting trips for the meeting, sources said. Tedford, 58, spent the past three seasons at his alma mater, going 22-6 his first two years with a No. 18 finish in the final Associated Press poll in 2018. He led Fresno State to a 10-4 mark his first season, completing the nation’s biggest turnaround, as the Bulldogs went 1-11 in 2016. -Adam Rittenberg, ESPN. Read More.

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