Edinboro University and head football coach Wayne Bradford have parted ways.

The search for his replacement will start immediately, according to the university.

The Fighting Scots finished the 2019 season with a 3-8 record. The team went 6-5 during Bradford's first full season as head coach in 2018.

Bradford served as interim coach in 2017, during which the team had a 7-4 record. He was named head coach at the end of the 2017 football season.

“We appreciate Coach Bradford’s longtime commitment to the football program and to the University, and we wish him well,” said Athletic Director Katherine Robbins. “Our program is moving in a new direction, and we will be looking for a new head coach to lead the Fighting Scots.”

Bradford joined the Edinboro coaching staff in 1999 after serving as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Salisbury State.