After a 2-3 start to the 2022 season, Wisconsin has fired head coach Paul Chryst.
The school released a statement on Sunday.
Chryst spent just over seven seasons at the helm of the Badgers program, accumulating a 67-26 record. He was also named Big Ten Coach of the Year in 2016 and 2017, and guided Wisconsin to Big Ten West titles in 2016, 2017 and 2019.
The Badgers won at least 10 games in four of Chryst’s first five seasons, including four bowl wins. However, Wisconsin is 15-10 in its last 25 contests, and after falling 52-21 to Ohio State on Sept. 24, and 34-10 to Illinois on Saturday, Chryst was fired on Sunday.
Chryst, the 56-year-old Madison native, has four years left on his contract. He was set to make $5.25 million this season.
Defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard will serve as the program’s interim head coach.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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