Towles Will Play This Season

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Updated: 10/01/2012 8:06 pm
Now that sophomore QB Max Smith is out indefinitely this season, Joker Phillips will have to shake things up going forward.

Freshman Patrick Towles, who was supposed to redshirt this year, will no longer be sidelined.

Phillips plans to use both freshman Jalen Whitlow and Towles from here on out.

Check out the video to hear from Joker on playing Patty Ice...and why the heck he calls him Patty Ice!
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