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The Associated Press | December 22, 2015

Texas State's Franchione retires after 30-year career

  Franchione has a 213-135-2 career record with stops in New Mexico, TCU, Alabama and Texas A&M.

SAN MARCOS, Texas — Texas State's Dennis Franchione (fran-CHOH'-nee) is retiring after a 30-year career as a head coach with stops in New Mexico, TCU, Alabama and Texas A&M.

The 64-year-old's retirement was announced Tuesday by the school in San Marcos, where he led the Bobcats for seven seasons.

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Franchione has a 213-135-2 career record. He led his teams to nine conference championships, nine bowl games, four NAIA playoff games and one NCAA Division II playoff.

Franchione was head coach at Texas State in 1990-91 and returned in 2011. The Bobcats were 3-9 this season.

Texas State says it will immediately begin a national search for a new head football coach.

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