University of Tennessee sophomore quarterback B.J. Coleman has informed the Times Free Press that he is leaving the program.
Frustrated by what he believes is a lack of opportunity to win the starting job, Coleman is not sure what his future plans will include.
“It’s the best move for me,” Coleman said. “What changed my mind is, after this spring, I don’t see myself getting a fair shake. Based on conversations with coaches and things that happened this spring, I feel the staff has goals that do not include me.
“I didn’t just quit. I didn’t just walk out. But I’m going to be taking a huge risk of losing another year of eligibility if I stay. I just want to play ball.”
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