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Florida wide receivers coach Joker Phillips resigned on Wednesday citing “personal reasons” as to why he is leaving. On the contrary, ESPN is reporting that Phillips was forced to resign by coach Will Muschamp.
It is being reported that Phillips will be replaced by former Gators quarterback Chris Leak.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Lets hope Joker broke some big time rules and can sink the ship even deeper.
Reply30 months
Makes sense, get a former qb to coach the wr group.


Did Joker fark his resignation letter?

Is Tebow gonna come in as TE coach next year r
Reply30 months
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