San Diego State offensive coordinator Bob Toledo will be retiring after the Aztecs play Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl. Toledo has spent the last two seasons as the Aztecs offensive coordinator. Toldeo was retired before he got back into coaching with San Diego State, and his decision to get back into coaching was because he would only coach with Rocky Long.
Toledo let Long know during the season that he would be retiring at the end of the season. The offense over the past two years were middle of the pack in the Mountain West, but injuries to the quarterback situation did not make things easy for Toledo.
The running game showed vast improvements from 2013 to 2014. In 2013, the Aztecs running game was ninth in the league, but Adam Muema was fifth in the league in rushing. This season the Aztecs saw a huge jump as Donnel Pumphrey led the league in rushing.
There is no word on who the Aztecs might be looking at to replace the departing Toledo, but Long has had nearly half of this season to look for candidates.