Dallas Superintendent Says High School Football In Texas Is Unlikely This Year
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With Texas being hotbed of pandemic, Dallas Independent School District superintendent Michael Hinojosa told Garrett Haake of NBC News that he's “pretty sure” there will be no Texas high school football in 2020...

If there's no high school football in Texas, I doubt there will be high school football anywhere, no?

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Ridiculous. At some point, we have to draw the line and take this country back over from the fear mongering and deceptive movers and shakers that are influencing our day-to-day lives.
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who is Jake Lahut? must be a liberal weiner. All of his comments are by people blaming trump or saying sports are stupid and there should not even be a discussion of kids playing. I got the frick out of there before I drowned in a pool of their melty tears
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Good thing this racist Mexican doesn't speak for all school districts in Texas. Football is the only money maker for the DISD and he finds a way to piss it away. DISD has the lowest graduation rate in the county at 68%. The state averages 85%. Maybe, just maybe, these kids will wake up and understand, who you hire and how you vote makes a difference. Doubtful.
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Feel for the kids waiting for their turn to shine, and get scholarship offers.
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Don't click on the Mike Florio link for PFT - he is a fraud and fear-mongerer.
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Most over reactive BS! We live in strange times = pathetic.
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All of these people are such pussies
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