In the heat of battle, a lot of times there can be some things said or done that are regretful. Thankfully, this high school football player showed there can be class as well.
Video has surfaced of what looks like a high school football coach in Texas giving money to a referee. The coach has a plausible explanation for the video.
The dangers of the game of football are very real as this makes at least six high school football players who died in 2015 from injuries suffered on the gridiron.
A high school quarterback has been suspended for three days from school for inappropriately touching his center during a snap.
We've now gone from players assaulting referees to parents assaulting players.
Evan Murray died after suffering an injury during a football game.
Projecting how successful a high school football player will be in college is hard enough, but projecting if they'll make it to the NFL is near impossible. I've accepted the challenge.
Did you know that on average, each year at least 25 percent of the NFL's starting quarterbacks played high school football in Texas?
It may look like one of the most lopsided games in high school history, but it's not.
This makes things a bit more interesting.