Austin Peay football coach Mark Hudspeth surprisingly resigned Friday after just one successful season at the school.Hudsepth guided the Governors to an 11-4 record last season. The 11 wins were a program record, and he was selected Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year.”This was not an easy decision, but a very personal one,” Hudspeth said in a statement released through the school. “I need to take some time away from the game with (wife) Tyla and the kids. I could not be more thankful for my time at Austin Peay and will be a fan forever.”I will miss the players and coaches incredibly and will never forget their commitment to each other and this team. I will return to coaching in the future at the right time.”Hudspeth, 51, served as a head coach at Louisiana-Lafayette from 2011-17. He compiled a 51-38 record over seven seasons before being dismissed. The NCAA vacated 22 of his victories with the Ragin’ Cajuns.Hudspeth also was a head coach at Division II North Alabama from 2002-08, going 66-21 and making three national semifinal appearances during seven seasons.