The Houston Cougars have announced that they are parting ways with head coach Major Applewhite.
Applewhite first arrived in Houston as the offensive coordinator in 2015 as a part of Tom Herman's staff. He was promoted to head coach after Herman left for the Texas job following the 2016 season.
Houston made, but failed to win a bowl game in each of Applewhite's three seasons in charge. They got blown out by Army 70-14 in the Armed Forces Bowl, tying the most points allowed in bowl history.
He finishes his tenure with a 15-11 record. Only 40 years old, you can bet he'll find his way onto some team's offensive staff for the 2019 season and beyond.