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Former University of Houston Guard Justin Murphy Goes on Twitter Rant; Rips Head Coach and Gives Big Details on His Departure From Team

Former University of Houston guard Justin Murphy took it to social media to announce he’s no longer part of the football team there. 

But that was not all on his mind. 

According to a story by Saturday Down South, Murphy went on a huge Twitter rant/thread explaining on his departure, stating that he is part of the senior class that is ‘experiencing a head coach and administration to actively tank a football season.’

Down below are a few of his tweets from Murphy’s account that explains some of the events leading up to leaving the program.  

After going more into details regarding his situation, including some devastating injury news, Murphy said that his current head coach Dana Holgerson asked him and several other seniors if they can redshirt this season and come back for next season. 

He went on to conclude his thread with saying there’s ‘no love lost’ between him and Holgorson, but when it came time to say he was done with the team, the former Cougar was shocked—and puzzled—by his coach’s reaction. 

Murphy would go on to add a few more tweets in the thread, and concluded it by thanking his teammates and the university by being part of the team during his time there. 

Let’s say it is a very weird and sticky situation down in Houston. 

You can view the full thread by going on his profile here

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