Coach Who Told Players to Hit Referee Pleads Guilty to Assault

Mack Breed, an assistant coach at John Jay High School in San Antonio, allegedly told the players to "take out" the referee during a game on Sept. 4.
3:00 | 12/15/15

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Punishment is being handed out having connection. Where they widely publicized incidents of violence during a high school full bowl game in September. Suppliers from a team in Texas purposefully took down a rest for rage they can say it. They said they did it the direction of an assistant cut now. That former coach is pleaded guilty and been sentenced to eighteen months probation. He's also been fine to must do community service charges against the fly as all pending.

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