ROCKFORD - Three weeks from the start of the high school football season Ken DeBose is out as Jefferson High School's head coach.
His resignation comes after just two seasons with the J-Hawks. DuBose led Jefferson to a 4-5 record last season, tying the program's best record in 23 years.
DuBose says he was forced to resign because of issues he had with athletic director Michael Armato.
His exit comes just five days before the first practice of the 2017 season.
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