YouTube comment: "I don't know how that kid ran up the field like that with 3 giant balls."
“Any time you give a man something he doesn't earn, you cheapen him. Our kids earn what they get, and that includes respect.” - Woody
i actually kind of hate stuff like this, if only because it feels less like middle school kids tricking other middle school kids and more like 45 year old coaches tricking middle school kids.
"HA HAAA I SPENT ALL LAST WEEKEND RESEARCHING PROCEDURAL SNAP RULES YOU STUPID LITTLE KID, NEXT TIME PUT DOWN THE POKEMON AND PICK UP SECTION 5.7e, PARAGRAPH 7 OF THE RULEBOOK, DUMBASS"
Very Funny. The other team had the WTF face on for sure. The coach prolly thinks he is pretty smart.
"Say my name."
i agree, it's fine in college and the pros, but with little kids it's just pathetic
Pathetic in a funny kind of way??
Count me in the "Hate" camp on this. Really, really lame. I feel bad for the poor kids who play as hard as they can by the letter AND spirit of the rules only to be handed a loss by an inferior team with a jerk of a head coach.
Bill Belichick....is that you? :-p
To give anything less than your best, is to sacrifice the gift - Steve Prefontaine
I didn't say RICH kids.
Lesson: Next time, light that kid up - James Harrison style.
First rule: play til the whistle blows. That QB would have been knocked out had he tried that against our junior high LB...
The opposing coach was also fooled or he would have been yelling "blast him".