Georgia Tech has reportedly parted ways with head football coach Geoff Collins after the team's loss to UCF on Saturday.

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Georgia Tech's Athletic Association Board is expected to hold a meeting on Monday to officially confirm the reports of the departure of Collins. Additionally, the program is likely to move on from Athletic Director Todd Stansbury.

Collins served under Nick Saban's staff at the University of Alabama in 2008 as the Director of Player Personnel. He also made other stops in the SEC with Mississippi State and Florida as the defensive coordinator before landing his first head coaching job at Temple, and eventually landing with Georgia Tech.

Collins also coached current Alabama running back Jahmyr Gibbs, who transferred from the Yellow Jackets to the Crimson Tide this past offseason.

The Yellow Jackets are 1-3 this season, and have gone 10-28 in a little over three seasons with Collins. He is the third Power 5 head coach to be relieved of their duties in just three weeks, joining Scott Frost from Nebraska and Herm Edwards from Arizona State.

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