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    Neat HS football story

    Not sure if this has been posted already, but cool story about HS football and sportsmanship in Texas. The head coach convinced half their fans to cheer for the opposing team, a correctional facility with a winless record.

    Rick Reilly: Gainesville State high school football gets the best gift of all, hope - ESPN The Magazine



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    Re: Neat HS football story

    Posted a week or 2 ago, but yes, very cool story



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    Re: Neat HS football story

    Awesome story. I used to work with juvenile delinquents and I know just how important things like this can be to help kids get a new outlook on life.



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