Arizona has agreed to a five-year deal to make San Jose State‘s Brent Brennan the school’s next football coach, according to a source.

Brennan, who just finished his seventh season as San Jose State’s head coach, was a finalist for the Arizona job in 2020 when Jedd Fisch was hired. Fisch was named Kalen DeBoer’s replacement at Washington on Sunday.

Brennan, 50, has guided San Jose State to a 26-19 record over the past four seasons, with three bowl appearances during that span. He was a graduate assistant at Arizona in 2000 in Dick Tomey’s final season and also worked under Tomey as an assistant at San Jose State.