The coach, identified as Gerrel Williams, was investigated for child abuse, but the child's mother ultimately decided not to press charges. An adult 9U football coach in Georgia was seen in a viral video aggressively punching a child at least two times. He also grabs the boy and shakes him while another adult stands nearby. A third man comes over to the situation but does not intervene. The incident happened during a game of the 9U Savannah Gators, which means the boy was nine years old. The coach, who has been identified as Gerrel Williams per TMZ , posted a video apology on Facebook in the comments of the team page, but he expressed regret only for reprimanding the child in public.
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His response following the Tigers' over the Charlotte 49ers in September, "We want to beat the opponent, but we never want to embarrass anyone. We could have won by points if we had left Trevor in. With the Tigers up , after recovering a muffed punt by NC State, Swinney seemingly channeled his inner Steve Spurrier and went the jugular. Following a timeout from NC State and the ball on the 1-yard line, Swinney called a pass play before allowing true freshman Mikey Dukes to put over the half-century mark. When asked about why he chose to go for the points rather than taking a knee, Swinney said it was NC State's job to stop the Tigers.
Elijah Earnheart stands over 6 feet tall and weighs almost pounds, comparable in size to players in high school or college. A Texas coach who came to the defense of his year-old player who was told by a Pee Wee league that he was too big to play, has been fired. The Mesquite Pee Wee Football Association ruled that Elijah Earnheart , at 6-footinch and pounds, was not eligible to play with fellow seventh-graders due to his size. Marc Wright, Earnheart's coach, came to his player's defense, he was told by league officials he could no longer coach. Wright said the league's president let him go because of the uproar the ruling created, and told him he was out of line.