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  1. Tulsa: Philip Montgomery will return for a fifth season in 2019. “Coach is a good man,” AD Derrick Gragg told the Tulsa World. “He runs a clean program. He’s a player’s coach. They play hard for him. They haven’t quit.” Tulsa went 3-9 in 2018 and is 5-19 overall after going 10-3 in 2016. Source Football Scoop: http://footballscoop.com/the-scoop/
  2. After decommitting from Baylor on Tuesday, quarterback Chad President waited until Christmas night to announce his decision to attend the University of Tulsa. I was planning on committing today, just as a little present for coach (Philip) Montgomery, President said by phone Thursday night. I told him I had a present for him and that Ill be up there in the spring. President is a Rivals.com four-star prospect from Temple, Texas, and is ranked the No. 9 dual-threat quarterback nationally. He had been verbally committed to Baylor since April and would have stuck with the Bears if Montgomery ha
  3. Another young, outstanding recruiter is hired as their new head coach... I expect they will be hitting the DFW area hard in the remaining recruiting months...Phillip Montgomery has strong Texas ties having played at Tarlton and coached at Stephenville. Tulsa: Sources tell us Baylor offensive coordinator Philip Montgomery is expected to be named head coach at Tulsa later today. Montgomery is a two-time winner of a FootballScoop Coach of the Year award (offensive coordinator in 2013 and quarterbacks coach in 2011). Update> FoxSports and ESPN are now reporting the same. bio: http://ww
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