Cooper Returns to Eagles; Michael Taylor Fears His Mama
GAINESVILLE- Former Gator/Eagles WR Riley Cooper returned to pratice on Tuesday after leaving the team for an excused absence on Friday.
Cooper took an absence to receive counseling after a video surfaced of him using a racial slur at a concert in June.
While meeting with the media, Cooper said he had met with each teammate individually to apologize.
Meanwhile back in Gainesville, TV20's Kassidy Hill asked Gator's Michael Taylor, with so much offseaon trouble surfacing with players, if he were to ever get in trouble, who would he be more scared of? Coach Muschamp, or his mother?
The answer was easy.
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