UCF coach George O’Leary has resigned.

By SI Wire
October 25, 2015

Central Florida coach George O’Leary has resigned, a source told SI.com’s Thayer Evans. ESPN’s Brett McMurphy was first to report O’Leary’s resignation.

The Knights are currently 0–8, and in last place in the American Athletic Conference. O’Leary has coached at UCF since 2004. The Orlando Sentinel is reporting O’Leary, 69, is retiring.

O’Leary went winless in his first season with the Knights, then turned the team around after a switching conferences. O’Leary recorded four 10-win seasons from 2007 to 2013, culminating in a Fiesta Bowl win to cap a 12–1 season. UCF won nine games in 2014.

O’Leary leaves the Knights with a record of 81–68, the second-most wins in program history. He previously coached at Georgia Tech for eight seasons. O’Leary has a career mark of 133–101.

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