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Hoover High Football

October 24, 2007

This is a busy, busy day at school. Wednesdays are turnning out to be that way.

If I had time to post a good blog, it would probably be about Suzy Baker (http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2007/10/hoover_school_board_email_upse.html) and her email to a Hoover student. She just sounds like a total whack to me. I think the students probably have more sense than her and a better understanding of their coach’s role in their lives.

Not that I am taking up for Propst. It’s a shame that Hoover High is going through all this, but I think the kids know the difference between right and wrong. They learn that from their parents, not their football coach. Heck, if every teacher and counselor’s life were examined like his, there wouldn’t be but a handful of teachers left in the system.

Anyway, who will be Hoover’s next coach?

Let’s just forget about Hoover and let’s start giving more attention to Jess Lanier. Still with a perfect record.

>Hoover High Football

October 24, 2007

>This is a busy, busy day at school. Wednesdays are turnning out to be that way.

If I had time to post a good blog, it would probably be about Suzy Baker (http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2007/10/hoover_school_board_email_upse.html) and her email to a Hoover student. She just sounds like a total whack to me. I think the students probably have more sense than her and a better understanding of their coach’s role in their lives.

Not that I am taking up for Propst. It’s a shame that Hoover High is going through all this, but I think the kids know the difference between right and wrong. They learn that from their parents, not their football coach. Heck, if every teacher and counselor’s life were examined like his, there wouldn’t be but a handful of teachers left in the system.

Anyway, who will be Hoover’s next coach?

Let’s just forget about Hoover and let’s start giving more attention to Jess Lanier. Still with a perfect record.