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By LARRY VAUGHT
Just as defensive coordinator Rick Minter did Tuesday, Kentucky coach Joker Phillips has denied a Kentucky Sports Radio report that there was a confrontation between him and Minter over UK’s defensive play at Louisville.
When asked if he had strained relationship with Minter, Phillips said, “Strained? For what? Why would it be strained. No.”
He said their “relationship is great” going into Saturday’s game with Western and that both are on the same page.
“Here’s the thing: There’s only one page. There’s only one page and we’re all on the same page. There’s not two pages in this program. It’s one page,” Phillips.