COLES COUNTY, Ill. (WTHI) - A former Illinois coach who entered a guilty plea to assault has filed a motion to withdraw his plea.
Barry Wolfe is currently serving a 60-year prison sentence.
He previously pleaded guilty to sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Wolfe wrote a letter to the court in August.
It said he wanted to withdraw his plea.
On Friday, he filed a motion making it official.
Female players made allegations against him.
Wolfe also wants a judge to reconsider his sentence.
There is a hearing set or Thursday, where a judge will set a date to hear from the state on the motions.
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