Boise State fires head coach Avalos 

Boise State has fired head coach Andy Avalos on Sunday. 

The Broncos football program is dismissing Avalos after two-plus seasons at the helm, the program announced in a release

“I am grateful for the passion, effort and dedication Andy has given to our community and his alma mater while serving as our head coach,” Boise State athletics director Jeramiah Dickey stated in a release. “Andy will always be a Bronco and we wish him and his family all the best in their next steps.” 

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The move represents the second major head coaching change in college football this season as Texas A&M also relieved former head coach Jimbo Fisher of his duties. Programs such as Indiana and USC have moved on from coordinators, and the Broncos will reportedly be moving on from their head coach. 

Defensive coordinator Spencer Danielson will serve as interim head coach for the remainder of the season. A national search for the program’s next head coach will commence, according to a release.