AUBURN, Ala. – Tommy Tuberville's 10-year run on the Plains is over.
The Birmingham News reported Wednesday that Tuberville is out as Auburn's head coach.
Tuberville met with athletic director Jay Jacobs in the afternoon. The two left the athletic complex briefly before returning around 3:30 p.m. They immediately went into Tuberville's office for a meeting.
It is unclear whether Tuberville resigned or was fired. No official release has come from the school.
Tuberville had five years left on a contract that was set to pay him an average of $3.3 million per season.
If he was fired, he is owed a $6 million buyout.
Tuberville finished his run at Auburn with an 85-40 record, putting him fourth on the all-time wins list. He was the fourth-longest tenured coach in school history.
In 14 years as a head coach at Ole Miss and Auburn, Tuberville was 110-60.
But the coach's job security came into question after this season, when his Tigers, who were ranked in the top 10 entering the year, finished a disappointing 5-7, Tuberville's worst season as a coach. It was capped by a 36-0 loss to No. 1 Alabama on Saturday.
Tuberville had his annual review with school president Dr. Jay Gogue on Monday. He had meetings with Jacobs throughout the week.
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