Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
Multiple sources are reporting that Tony Levine will not return as Houston's head coach in 2015. Per CBSSports.com
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ESPN.com's Travis Haney and FootballScoop.com are both reporting that Levine, 42, will meet with athletic director Mack Rhoades on Monday. According to ESPN, an official announcement from the school is expected "shortly after that meeting."

Levine has a 21-17 record in three seasons with the Cougars. He just signed a new five-year contract in May that reportedly included a $125,000-per-season pay raise that boosted his annual salary to $925,000.
Houston finished with a 7-5 record this season.
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