Arizona State has parted ways with head coach Herm Edwards.

The program officially announced the move on Sunday afternoon.

The news was broken by SunDevilSource.com’s Chris Karpman. The move comes following Arizona State’s home loss to Eastern Michigan on Saturday.

Arizona State is the second Power 5 program to part ways with a coach so far this season. Nebraska’s Scott Frost was fired after Week 2.

Edwards was in his 5th season with the Sun Devils. He went 26-20 overall and 17-14 in Pac-12 play during his tenure.

Arizona State had a tumultuous offseason after the program came under NCAA investigation for recruiting violations that allegedly occurred during the pandemic.

Numerous other coaching decisions could be on the way in the coming weeks. Auburns Bryan Harsin and Georgia Tech’s Geoff Collins are widely considered to be on the hot seat.