UK OC Coen released from hospital, prepares return
Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Senior WriterSep 12, 2023, 04:45 PM ET
- College football reporter.
- Joined ESPN.com in 2008.
- Graduate of Northwestern University.Kentucky offending planner Liam Coen has
been launched from the healthcare facility and plans to be working for today’s house game versus Akron.Coen put out a declaration Tuesday on X, previously Twitter, thanking people for
“all the assistance and prayers”throughout the past few days. Kentucky stated the 37-year-old suffered what it referred to as a” medical episode” Sunday while operating in the group’s football offices.”I’m doing far better, appreciative for the care I received at UK Chandler Health Center, and can’t wait to see you Saturday at Kroger Field -Go Felines!”Coen posted.Coen returned to Kentucky as offending coordinator and quarterbacks coach in January after a season as Los Angeles Rams offensive coordinator. He also invested 2021 as Kentucky’s offensive organizer and assisted establish quarterback Will Levis. Coen called offensive plays for Kentucky’s wins against Ball State and Eastern Kentucky to open the season.He was a record-setting quarterback at UMass who played in the Arena Football League prior to starting his coaching profession in 2010 at Brown.