TCU defensive coordinator Dick Bumpas is retiring after 11 years with the program, a school spokesperson confirmed Wednesday.
Bumpas, 65, has coached TCU's defense and defensive line since 2004, and was a three-time Broyles Award finalist during his tenure in Fort Worth.
The Horned Frogs produced the Big 12's No. 1 scoring and total defense in 2014 en route to a 12-1 season and a share of the Big 12 championship. They were No. 6 in the final College Football Playoff rankings and No. 3 in the final Associated Press poll.
In his 38 years of coaching, Bumpas won championships in four conferences and worked alongside Gary Patterson at four other schools -- Kansas State, Tennessee Tech, Utah State and Navy -- before reuniting at TCU.
A timetable for his retirement and the hiring of his successor has not been announced.