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Steve Fisher Retiring as SDSU Head Coach; Brian Dutcher to Take Over

STEVE FISHER

San Diego State head coach Steve Fisher, 72, announced his retirement Monday after his 19th season at SDSU. He will be replaced by Brian Dutcher, Fisher’s longtime assistant and “head coach in waiting” since 2011.

Fisher began coaching at SDSU in 1999 and has gone 386-209 in his 18 seasons with the Aztecs. He won a national championship while coaching with Michigan in 1989. He coached the Wolverines from 1989-1997.

Fisher had one season remaining on a three-year extension that paid him just over $1 million per year. The contract has no penalty for retirement.

 

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