TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -Toledo football coach Tom Amstutz is resigning.
The university said Monday that Amstutz (AM'-stuht-s) will step down at the end of the season.
Toledo is 2-6 and will finish the year with a losing record for the third straight time.
One of the two victories this season did come against Michigan, but the Rockets have lost two in a row since beating the Wolverines.
Amstutz is 57-38 in eight years at Toledo. He's taken the Rockets to four bowl games and two Mid-American Conference championships.

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