PULLMAN -- Ken Bone is no longer the head coach at Washington State Unviersity, a school spokesperson confirmed Tuesday morning. A press conference is set for 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
ESPN's Jeff Goodman first reported the news, that Bone was let go less than a week after completing his fifth season.
The Cougars finished 10-21 in 2013-2014, with a 3-15 mark in the Pac-12. Bone finished with an 84-82 record in Pullman.
Bone was hired in 2009, and had two years left on his contract.
In the fifth year of his seven-year contract, Bone was aware of the uncertainty surrounding his job. Even though Bone will not return for the 2014-2015 season, WSU will reportedly owe him $1.7 million under the terms of his contract.
WSU’s Athletic Director Bill Moss said he told Bone the school would be making a change Tuesday.
“We need to revitalize our fan base… [and] position this program to compete for championships,” Moss said in a release.
Moss also said he appreciated Bone's time in Pullman and thanked Bone for his service to the school.