That's why it stands out so much as being shocking. Texans don't often see within their state immature, adolescent behavior over something perceived to be unfair coming from people who are not adolescents. They see it in national liberal politics all the time, though, but those are adult children, not teenagers who should know better.Being from Texas.
Correct. And a total of 4 players were ejected. Everything will be looked at including other players and the coaching staff that possibly might have been involved. It very well may be though that it was just the two players colluding.Heard a report that the same referee had kicked 2 of their fellow players out of the game earlier ... for unnessesary roughness ... tv report..
Video: Working the refs gets dangerous in Texas high-school football game; Update: Survey results added. The question will be whether anyone else gave them that idea, or whether they were just dumb enough to dream it up on their own. Suffice it to say that any investigation of this incident will also be taking a close look at other players on Jay High School’s football team, and their coaches as well — although it’s very, very difficult to believe that adults would be stupid enough to order this kind of brazen battery on an official. Not impossible, mind you, just very, very difficult. The game had already gotten out of hand earlier, resulting in the earlier ejection, so this at least reflects on the team’s leadership on the sidelines as well as between the lines.
It's a team sport. You win as a team, you lose as a team. You jump off sides and the entire team gets pushed back 5 yards, not just the offender. That's why the entire team should be suspended for the rest of the year and all of the games forfeit.Well you had me until the last comment which itself I'd unusual. Punish the guilty, the thought of punishing an entire team for the acts of a few is nothing but dumb.