The Houston Cougars intend to fire head coach Major Applewhite, SB Nation's Steven Godfrey reported Saturday.
Stadium's Brett McMurphy spoke to a source who said everything "is still being evaluated," but The Athletic's Bruce Feldman reported Applewhite could be out "in the next 24 hours."
Houston is coming off a 70-14 blowout loss to the Army Black Knights in the Armed Forces Bowl. The Cougars allowed 592 yards, and Army's 54-point margin of victory tied an FBS bowl record.
Houston is 15-11 in two-plus seasons under Applewhite. He was credited with the team's Las Vegas Bowl loss in 2016 after replacing the outgoing Tom Herman.