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October 7, 2012 3:48am
Xavier.....Well coach, you must be one of the persons
responsible for the state of the continuing
decline in sportsmanship at the secondary level.
I am speaking specifically of the crowd trying to
drown out the quarterback of the opposing team. At one
time in the recent past, this behavior would cause
a penalty on the team of the guilty fans. I am not
a coach and my experience with little league parents lead
me to view coaching as a very difficult job. I have
a younger sibling who coached high school sports in
six decades so I am aware of all the trails and tribu-
lations of coaches. Everyone should bear in mind that
any coach who wins over half his or her games is a
winning coach. The skills of players entering into
high school level of playing has a lot to do with
a teams success. Many good programs used the same
offense and defense at all levels to achieve an
system that achieves proficiency in that system.
Good luck in your career and in explaining to the
quarterback club why Johnny dropped the ball when he
was in the clear. :)
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