Courtesy SJSU Athletics
The retirement will be effective following the Spartans' final regular season game on December 5 against Louisiana Tech University. San Jose State also has home games remaining against Hawaii on November 21 and New Mexico State on November 28.
Tomey, 71-years-old and the current president of the 10,000-plus member American Football Coaches Association, is finishing his fifth season as the San Jose State head coach, 29th overall as a major college head coach and 46th in the coaching profession.
SJSU Athletic Director Tom Bowen is scheduled to discuss a timetable for hiring the next football coach during Monday's press conference.
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