How dumb do you have to be to even think of this, let alone attempt it? A Providence, Rhode Island youth football coach was fired, and his team kicked out of their league, after he put a young man believed to be at least 18 years old into a game against 13 and 14 year old children. Per WJAR...
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He suited up at halftime for the Capital City Buccaneers who were losing. He went onto the field and took part in several plays before getting kicked out.

“I was more furious and embarrassed and ashamed that they did that,” Buccaneers founder Alexandra Diaz told NBC 10 News. “The coach told me it was his decision. It was his mistake. He feels sorry."

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Number one thing wrong with youth sports today? Parents.
Reply55 months
Uncle Rico is finally getting his shot.
Reply55 months
I know this is a "shitty thing" to do, but how fun would it be to just fricking truck a 13 year old going full speed.
Reply55 months
that's how fournette feels every game
55 months
1.6 YPC
55 months
Do you remember the time that Bobby Boucher showed up at half-time and the mud dogs won the bourbon Bowl
Reply55 months
Ohh I member.
55 months
He could have at least shaved his face before he went out there to maybe look a couple years younger.
Reply55 months
Wow. Talk about doing whatever it takes to win. I wanna know how it lasted a few plays.
Reply55 months
That is hilarious!
Reply55 months
If Bill Belichick had a son...
Reply55 months
If Bill Belichick and Troy Polamalu had a son.
55 months
That is hilarious!
Reply55 months
TT9
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Looks like Aaron Hernandez with a wig.
Reply55 months
My son's league cross-checks each player's picture on a laptop prior to every game.
Reply55 months
Hahaha
Reply55 months
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