Found December 16, 2012 on Hinton's Sports Highlights:
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Just days after losing to instate rival Florida (37-26), the Seminoles lost defensive coordinator Mark Stoops. The defensive mastermind jumped at the opportunity to become a head coach for the first time in the SEC at Kentucky. Jimbo Fisher was tasked with the hard role in filling Mark Stoops position. Jimbo has filled the role … Continue reading »
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