After just one season as head coach of the Pittsburgh Panthers, former Tulsa coach Todd Graham is on the move again.
Graham has taken over the vacant coaching position at Arizona State. An announcement was made today by school athletic director Lisa Love.
He leaves a Pitt team that was a disappointing 6-6 on the season, and will be playing in the BBVA Compass Bowl against SMU without a head coach.
Graham informed his team about his decision to leave via text message, saying "I have resigned my position at Pitt in the best interest of my family to pursue the head coaching position at Arizona State."
"Coaching there has always been a dream of ours and we have family there. The timing of the circumstances have prohibited me from telling you this directly. I now am on my way to Tempe to continue those discussions. God Bless. Coach Graham."
Graham will replace Dennis Erickson, who was fired on Nov. 28 but will coach the Sun Devils in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 22.