Published October 18, 2011
| Sports Network
New Orleans, LA – Bob Toledo is reportedly out as Tulane's head football coach.
According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the school will hold a press conference Tuesday to announce a coaching change. The paper said offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator Mark Hutson will take over on an interim basis.
Toledo was in his fifth season with the Green Wave and has compiled a dismal 15-40 mark. Tulane is just 2-5 this season and riding a four-game losing streak.
Before taking over at Tulane in December 2006, Toledo was the assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at New Mexico for one season. He had been retired for three years after a seven-year stint as head coach at UCLA.
Toledo had a mark of 49-32 with the Bruins from 1996-2002, winning two Pac-10 championships. He was fired after a 7-5 finish in 2002.
The 65-year-old San Jose native has also been a head coach at Cal-Riverside (1974-75) and the University of the Pacific (1979-82). He has an overall head coaching record of 93-108.