After two seasons and a .250 winning percentage, the Colorado State football program is moving on from head coach Steve Addazio.
Addazio's buyout dropped $2 million today, so this was always going to be decision day for CSU. https://t.co/RZh1JuCjSk— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) December 2, 2021
Addazio coached the Rams to a 1-3 record through their four-game, pandemic-altered 2020 season and to a 3-9 mark in 2021.
The 62-year-old began his Division I head-coaching career in 2011 with Temple University. Addazio led the Owls to a 9-4 record during his first season and a victory in the New Mexico Bowl, but the program fell to 4-7 during his second and final season in 2012.
Addazio then spent the next seven seasons at the helm of the Boston College Eagles team, compiling a 44-44 regular-season record and 1-3 mark in bowl games during his tenure. The Eagles won either six or seven games every year under Addazio with the exception of 2015, when they went 3-9.
Overall, Addazio holds a 61-67 career coaching record and a .477 winning percentage.