Luckily I have never been subjected to this particular behavior type. I think of only one time it had been remotely even near. A player from the opposing team was flagged for a flagrant unsportsmanlike on the following to last play of the game. He’d completed the same on two earlier events but had not been flagged because of it. Of the handshake line this kid had a smirk on the face of his a mile wide.
I did not say something nor did the players of mine Football betting, the game was over and completed. We used it as a teaching moment for our kids. that by the manner in which are not angels all of the time also. We constantly give out pop to the other team in the handshake line, after a loss we noticed a few of our players shaking up the pop so it’d “explode” when opened. We addressed it aggressively and immediately (involved many of running) and yes it never happened once again. I suppose if perhaps that is probably the worst we’ve to contend with we’re most likely doing alright.
While this’s a reprehensible act by the mentor and he must be eliminated from mentoring not and immediately permitted to coach once again, is actually a lawsuit actually needed? The player had the gear of his on and he was not injured. Would not a permanent ban on an apology and this particular advisor to both teams and the player suffice
College? NFL? Arena? Flag? Dream?
It is Tuesday afternoon; can you end up longing for the weekend? Not since the thought of having 2 days off out of the day grind benefits the interest of yours, but because the family room tv of yours is actually bombarded by “College Game Day”, the SEC Saturday night Showdown, and of course Sunday NFL Madness.