Oregon State has fired coach Craig Robinson, sources confirmed to ESPN.com on Monday.
Robinson, the brother-in-law of President Barack Obama, had three years remaining on his contract. He was just 93-104 in six seasons in Corvallis, and the Beavers failed to go to the NCAA tournament or even an NIT in his tenure.
The Oregonian reported in March that Robinson would receive a buyout of $4 million, which is 10 times the annual salary of President Obama, who makes $400,000 per year.
The news was earlier reported by SI.com.
The Beavers were 16-16 and 8-10 in the Pac-12 this past season, and the program was set to lose its top five scorers.
The top three -- Roberto Nelson, Devon Collier and Angus Brandt -- all graduated. Eric Moreland declared early for the NBA draft, and Hallice Cooke decided to transfer. Starting point guard Challe Barton, who hails from Sweden, decided to play overseas instead of returning to the program.
Robinson came to Oregon State from Brown, where he was 30-28 in two seasons.
Darren Rovell of ESPN.com contributed to this report.