Syracuse has decided to part ways with head coach Dino Babers, according to a report.

ESPN’s Pete Thamel shared that news on Sunday morning. His report indicates Syracuse will make that decision official later in the day on Sunday.

The move comes after Syracuse lost 31-22 to Georgia Tech on the road in Week 12. Syracuse is now 5-6 overall this season and 1-6 in ACC play.

Babers served as Syracuse’s head coach for nearly 8 seasons. He went 41-55 overall and 20-45 in ACC play during his time at the helm.

Babers’ tenure at Syracuse was highlighted by a 10-win season in 2018. The Orange went 10-3 that season and finished 2nd in the ACC’s Atlantic division. However, that is the only season of Babers’ tenure that Syracuse finished with a winning record in conference play.

It could also end up being just 1 of 2 times Syracuse reached a bowl game under Babers. The Orange are 5-6 this season and will be playing for bowl eligibility next weekend against Wake Forest at home. The Orange also reached the postseason last year, but lost in the Pinstripe Bowl.

Syracuse has not yet confirmed this decision as of publication.