Arizona State is not extending football coach Todd Graham’s contract by one year as it has done annually in the past, leaving Graham under contract for less than five years for the first time since his arrival.

For the first time since his arrival, ASU football coach Todd Graham has not been given a one year extension to his contract. 

Graham is under contract with the Sun Devils until June 30, 2021 and is receiving $3.2 million per year as of January 2017. 

In five years with ASU, Graham is 39-26, but the Suns Devils have gone 11-14 in the last two seasons.

If Graham is let go prior to the end of his deal, the school will owe him 100 percent of the remainder of his annual salary.

We took to Facebook and Twitter to see how you, the fans, feel about the situation and Graham’s future. 

Based on these responses, it’s safe to say Graham’s support has eroded among some ASU fans.

As you would expect, flamethrowers on Twitter weren’t any more forgiving than those on Facebook.

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What do you think? Did Todd Graham deserve another contract extension? Or is next season a make or break year for the Sun Devils? Comment on Facebook or Twitter

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