End Of An Era: Cristobal Makes Departure Official

EUGENE — Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens announced that head football coach Mario Cristobal informed the university this morning that he has accepted the head football coach position at another university.

A nationwide search for the next leader of the Oregon football program is underway.

“We appreciate all of Mario’s accomplishments and hard work here at Oregon, and we wish him and his family all the best in their next chapter,” said Mullens. “The University of Oregon is a prestigious academic institution with a football program that is well-positioned for continued success in the future, and the search is underway to find another excellent football coach to lead and support our student-athletes moving forward.”

An interim head coach for the Oregon football program has yet to be determined, so not immediately named.

Cristobal won 2 Pac-12 titles and a Rose Bowl, but leaves Oregon having a season with preseason expectations and flirtations in the college football playoff before two blowout losses to Utah.

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At a press conference earlier today, Mullens said while recruiting is important with signing day coming up Dec. 15, the focus is finding the right candidate.

“My phone is blowing up,” said Mullens. “There is no shortage of interest. It’s about finding the right leader.”

Mullens also said that Miami never reached out to him before talking to Cristobal, adding that that’s a common courtesy typically extended among universities.

“Oregon football is going to be better than ever,” said Mullens. “We are going to crank up the search this afternoon.”