Penn State Football removes Taylor Stubblefield as WR Coach
Penn State Football has moved on from wide receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield, the program and head coach James Franklin announced in a statement Sunday night.
Taylor Stubblefield has been with the Nittany Lions since the 2020 season. before coming to State College, he made stops with Miami, Utah, and Air Force.
Statement from Franklin:
BREAKING: #PennState head coach James Franklin announced wide receivers coach Taylor Stubblefield has been relieved of his duties, effective immediately #WeAre pic.twitter.com/Ryv8mjRdLz
— David Malandra Jr (@DaveMReports) January 16, 2023
Statement from Taylor Stubblefield:
— Taylor Stubblefield (@CoachStubbs) January 16, 2023
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During his tenure as wide receivers coach, Penn State Football produced first-round draft choice Jahan Dotson, and in the 2023 Rose Bowl Game, KeAndre Lambert-Smith set the record for the longest reception in the game’s history.
Wide receiver remains a need in the transfer portal for Penn State Football, but now too, does filling Stubblefield’s vacancy on the coaching staff.
So now the question is who Franklin is going to bring in to replace Stubblefield?