Boise State basketball coach Bob Gantsler announced Wednesday that he will not return to the school as its next coach.
Gantslers first-year hire, former Utah head coach Rich Brooks, was fired last month.
Ganslers first season ended with a 59-47 loss to Wyoming.
The Broncos are now 0-10 with Gantski at the helm.
“We have been made aware of the situation that has occurred and that Bob Gantler will not be returning to the Boise State football program,” Brooks said in a statement.
“We are thankful for the leadership of the coaches, staff and staff members at Boise State, and wish Bob and his family all the best.”
Brooks has been the Broncos’ coach since 2009.
Gansler, a former Utah assistant who has won five national titles and was an assistant under Brooks, said on Wednesday that Brooks will stay on as head coach for now.
Brooks, who was also a graduate assistant at Boise for a year in the 1980s, was a head coach at Arizona State for six years and was the Sun Devils’ offensive coordinator from 2004-10.
“Coach Brooks has a great history of developing talented players and I believe he will be a great fit for Boise State,” Ganski said.
“He has great relationships with the players and his relationships with Boise State’s players will continue.”
Ganslers hiring comes as the university is facing a backlash over the sexual assault scandal engulfing its athletics department.
A panel appointed by former Athletic Director Mike MacIntyre last month recommended that the university be forced to pay more than $1 million in fines to settle lawsuits related to the alleged sexual assault of students in 2010.
Bears quarterback Kyle Long tweeted Tuesday that the Broncos should “leave this place sooner than later.”
The team has been on the brink of losing a bowl game since last year, when it went 8-6.
The team lost four games in a row before getting the No. 1 seed in the 2015 Pac-12 Tournament and defeating Oregon in the championship game.