Tennessee Tech

Another college football head coach has been fired, just two years into his tenure


After just two seasons and a 6-16 record, Tennessee Tech head coach Marcus Satterfield has been relieved of his duties.

According to the Tennessean, Satterfield was placed on paid leave while the program conducted an investigation into possible violations of the school's discrimination and harassment policy.

Satterfield was a graduate assistant at Tennessee, offensive coordinator ar Chattanooga and was an offensive coordinator at Temple before taking the head coach job.

Tyree Foreman will take over as head coach while a national search for the next head coach begins.