Kentucky coach Brooks retires
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky coach Rich Brooks has announced that he is retiring after seven seasons coaching the Wildcats.
Brooks made the announcement on Monday. He will be replaced by offensive head coach Joker Phillips, who agreed to become Brooks' eventual successor two years ago.
"This is the end of the road of the old man's coaching career," Brooks said.
Brooks finishes his career with a 39-47 record at Kentucky. He
went 130-156-4 overall in 25 seasons ...
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