A historically poor season on the court was enough to show Vanderbilt that Bryce Drew was not the man for the job in Nashville.

In Drew’s third season leading the program, the Commodores went 9-23 overall and 0-18 in SEC play. Vanderbilt’s league mark was the worst in conference history.

Vanderbilt AD Malcolm Turner released the following statement announcing the news:

“Vanderbilt is committed to competing at the highest levels on and off the court. After careful consideration, we’ve decided to make a change to the leadership of our men’s basketball program. Bryce has represented Vanderbilt in exceptional fashion in his time here. I appreciate all of the contributions Bryce has made over the past three seasons to Vanderbilt, and we wish him all the best.”

Following this move, the SEC now has two jobs that are officially open after Billy Kennedy was let go at Texas A&M. Alabama and LSU could soon be looking for new coaches as well.