Tag Archives: Joker Phillips
With No. 1-ranked Mississippi State coming to Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday night, here’s a look at Kentucky’s history against top-ranked teams.
A year ago, he was one of the main story lines, the former Kentucky football player, assistant and later head coach, coming back to Lexington to face his old employer and old team with his new employer and new team, … Continue reading
It was pretty easy to predict that when the SEC Media attending the league’s football Media Days down in Hoover, Alabama got around to making its 2014 season predictions, Kentucky would be picked last in the East. After all, the … Continue reading
The next team in our SEC football review happens to be Kentucky, which has gone 15-34 over the last four years, including 4-28 in the SEC. Joker Phillips took over for the retiring Rich Brooks as the UK coach for … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Friday: Mark Story of the H-L brings the history today with his column about Kentucky entering into serious talks with the ACC back during the C.M. Newton administration. Personally, I’m happy UK has stuck with the … Continue reading
Yahoo Sports’ Charles Robinson and Pat Forde report that former Kentucky coach Joker Phillips resigned after the NCAA received a picture of the now former Florida wide receivers coach with a recruit during a dead period.
Brett McMurphy of ESPN is reporting that former UK head football coach Joker Phillips was forced to resign as receivers coach at Florida because of a possible NCAA violation. Joker Phillips forced to resign at UF by Will Muschamp because … Continue reading
Former Kentucky head football coach Joker Phillips has resigned as wide receivers coach at Florida for personal reasons, the school has announced. Here’s the release: Joker Phillips Resigns; Chris Leak to assume WR Coaching Responsibilities GAINESVILLE, Fla.-University of Florida wide … Continue reading
Charlie Strong and Joker Phillips are good friends, remember. Texas still considering Shawn Watson, Joker Phillips, Bears WR coach Mike Groh for vacant OC job. Two out of three, anyone? — kbohls (@kbohls) January 13, 2014