Assistant coach connected to high school players attack of referee

Texas High School referee

Some new details are coming to light in the national story involving two Texas high school football players intentionally hitting a referee from behind.

It now appears that a San Antonio Jay assistant coach might have been involved with orchestrating the events. Mack Breed has been placed on administrative leave while the situation is being investigated, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

According to the article, Breed allegedly told players “that guy needs to pay for cheating us.”

If you haven’t seen the shocking video that has been circulated, it shows two defensive football players hitting a referee intentionally from behind. The referee was not close to the ball, and the video proves their actions were intentional. Both players have been dismissed from the team since this incident took place.

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Jonathan Fenton

Jonathan Fenton

Jonathan is a product of the Missouri School of Journalism. At Mizzou he played on the club hockey team and was the president of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He loves all things where score is kept and there is a winner.



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