On Monday morning, the head coach of college football was fired.
In central Maryland, the Rob Ambrose era has come to an end.
According to Chris Vannini of The Athletic, the head coach at Towson was let go after 13 seasons with the team,
during which time he went 76-76 and nearly made it to the FCS championship game.
In 2022, Ambrose guided the Tigers to a 6-5 record, which featured a run of five straight defeats before the team's last four victories.
Ambrose's lifetime record with the school now stands at a symmetrical 76-76 in 152 games because to Towson's late-season run,
which enabled him to record his sixth winning season in 13 years.Ambrose, a former Tigers quarterback and receiver, started his coaching career at Towson in the early 1990s
as a wide receivers coach and student assistant.Later, he went on to work at UConn as the offensive coordinator before coming back to his alma mater in 2008 to take over
as head coach.Tim, his father, was a very successful high school football coach who coached for 31 years, winning 249 games and 14 MVL championships.