Marcus Freeman confirmed previous reports that Notre Dame has parted ways with wide receivers coach Chansi Stuckey on Tuesday night.

Stuckey was Notre Dame’s wide receivers coach for the past two seasons. The Fighting Irish have recruited well at the position during Stuckey’s time with the program, but did not produce a 500-yard receiver in either season that he led the position group in South Bend.

Here’s the statement from Freeman on Stuckey’s departure:

“Over the past few days, we had continued discussions on the overall performance of our wide receiver group and my expectations for the development of that position. I decided it was in the program’s best interest to part ways.”

The move comes just one day after Freeman told reporters he planned to bring back his entire coaching staff for the 2024 season.

Notre Dame’s leading receiver this season was Chris Tyree, a converted running back who went for 484 yards this season. Tyree announced this week that he is entering the transfer portal and will look to play elsewhere in 2024.

Notre Dame offensive coordinator Gerad Parker will work the Irish’s wide receivers during bowl prep, the program announced.