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Coach is locked because his Team is too good

sounds like Maybe one or the other, the statement is still vividly in the ear. "You learn for life, not for school" to teach, used to be a teacher. A curious case from the United States can now ask, what is a school of life the be.

It is American Football on the high school level, it's going to be a Team that wins a game to the next house, and it's a question of whether this is decent or not. It is not, at least when it comes to a school sports Committee in the state of New York. This has suspended the coach of a team for a game after his Team, the Red Devils, has repeatedly won high. 61:13, 49:7 42:0. The newspaper "Newsday" reported.

The unusual rules that have to explain to every high school coach in front of a Committee, if its Team wins by more than 42 points ahead.

Losing Teams protect

The sanction is in compliance with the regulations. Was introduced the clause to protect losing Teams: teams should switch with high guides one or two gears back. The spirit of the rule is to ensure that a lot of better Teams not weaker overrun. The Red Devils did exactly that. Robert Shaver, the Coach, was until recently the best player to run and hit the opponent. Now he's in the next game a gallery.

Shaver said in the "Newsday"Interview that he didn't win deliberately so high. He had feared that the enemy was up to this game undefeated, it could come back again. The Committee was obviously not convinced of his explanation. (like/rom)

Created: 05.11.2019, 18:55 PM

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