Youth Football Coach gone wild

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Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by ViAggie » December 4th, 2018, 4:12 pm

https://abc7.com/sports/video-tempers-f ... e/4826265/

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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by blueblood » December 4th, 2018, 4:16 pm

I’m a little disappointed that you weren’t out there mixing it up Vi.


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by NVAggie » December 4th, 2018, 4:18 pm

He could play for NMSU with that forty time.



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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by ViAggie » December 4th, 2018, 4:25 pm

The guy in black who you can see appear out of nowhere was sitting next to us in the stands, not sure if he threw a punch or if it landed but we all got up and rand down to the fence when the guy started running over, that dude jumped the fence and was on the field in a flash. I haven't said more than 5 words to that guy all season, very quite. I ended up driving him and his family back to the hotel after the game because the operations people running the bowl game threatened to have him arrested. So we agreed to drive them out of there quietly so they couldn't get a look at the guy's truck. I drove him back over to the stadium a couple of hours later after everything had cooled down LOLZ


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by aggies22 » December 5th, 2018, 1:53 pm

I'm disappointed in your lack of participation. :)



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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by Imakeitrain » December 5th, 2018, 2:53 pm

One of my mission areas was Temecula (Also Hemet, Corona and Perris). I remember there was a member who played basketball at USU in that ward... he lived in the meadowview area.I think sometime in the 60s or 70s. I think he owned a vending machine company..

Either way Temecula is a nice area with a good Aggie. Also lots of Aggies in Corona.


BYU fans liked the poop areas like Perris.


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by ProvoAggie » December 5th, 2018, 3:15 pm

Imakeitrain wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 2:53 pm
One of my mission areas was Temecula (Also Hemet, Corona and Perris). I remember there was a member who played basketball at USU in that ward... he lived in the meadowview area.I think sometime in the 60s or 70s. I think he owned a vending machine company..

Either way Temecula is a nice area with a good Aggie. Also lots of Aggies in Corona.


BYU fans liked the poop areas like Perris.
I lived in Perris for 12 years.



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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by dirtnsnow » December 5th, 2018, 3:57 pm

ProvoAggie wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 3:15 pm
Imakeitrain wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 2:53 pm
One of my mission areas was Temecula (Also Hemet, Corona and Perris). I remember there was a member who played basketball at USU in that ward... he lived in the meadowview area.I think sometime in the 60s or 70s. I think he owned a vending machine company..

Either way Temecula is a nice area with a good Aggie. Also lots of Aggies in Corona.


BYU fans liked the poop areas like Perris.
I lived in Perris for 12 years.
And now you live in Provo. Is it the poop area that you like, or BYU fans?


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by Imakeitrain » December 5th, 2018, 6:34 pm

ProvoAggie wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 3:15 pm
Imakeitrain wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 2:53 pm
One of my mission areas was Temecula (Also Hemet, Corona and Perris). I remember there was a member who played basketball at USU in that ward... he lived in the meadowview area.I think sometime in the 60s or 70s. I think he owned a vending machine company..

Either way Temecula is a nice area with a good Aggie. Also lots of Aggies in Corona.


BYU fans liked the poop areas like Perris.
I lived in Perris for 12 years.


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by tipitup » December 6th, 2018, 10:38 am

So was there some kind of cheap shot or something that triggered the coach to come flying over, or was he just mad his team was getting whooped? Kind of weird that he came all the way over the field, generally they save it for the handshake



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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by ViAggie » December 6th, 2018, 12:29 pm

tipitup wrote:
December 6th, 2018, 10:38 am
So was there some kind of cheap shot or something that triggered the coach to come flying over, or was he just mad his team was getting whooped? Kind of weird that he came all the way over the field, generally they save it for the handshake
So get this: We get to the hotel/casino and when the other team see us in our gear, the parents and kids immediately start talking trash, how they are undefeated and we had a weak schedule (where have we heard this before?) etc. etc. We ignore them and go on our way. We all agree to get the kids in bed so they are well rested. The parents of the other team go to the casino and party it up, all while letting their kids run in the hallways until 2 in the morning (no joke). So the next day we all arrive 2 hrs earl for prep. These bozo's roll in 45 minutes before the game starts. I hear the parents complaining how hung over they were, and their kids barely prepped, just goofed off, sang "we will rock you" and made fun of our team. Well that didn't turn out too well, first play from scrimmage we get a TD, and then it was on. They gain no 1st downs but after the half time the refs see what's going on and try and level the playing field by flagging us for every little ticky-tacky thing until they get a safety on us. Their kids kept getting hurt on pretty much every play after the half because they were so gassed and tired. That's when their coach runs out of nowwhere. Not sure if it was one incident that triggered the poor bastard.

What pisses me off the most is that they called the game right before they started using my son as an RB. He usually plays Inside/middle LB. He had some stellar blitzes and send some kids flying, loads of tackles for a loss. I heard the coach say he would reward him by allowing him to score a TD (they usually tell the kids to take a knee at the 1 yrd line when we're up like that over someone), but because it was a bowl game, and the other team was talking so much chit, we were going to pile on the points. Oh well, that's youth sports for you :joking:


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by ViAggie » December 6th, 2018, 12:34 pm

ProvoAggie wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 3:15 pm
Imakeitrain wrote:
December 5th, 2018, 2:53 pm
One of my mission areas was Temecula (Also Hemet, Corona and Perris). I remember there was a member who played basketball at USU in that ward... he lived in the meadowview area.I think sometime in the 60s or 70s. I think he owned a vending machine company..

Either way Temecula is a nice area with a good Aggie. Also lots of Aggies in Corona.


BYU fans liked the poop areas like Perris.
I lived in Perris for 12 years.
Sorry to hear that :joking:

As for Temecula, yea I didn't really know it when I moved here, but it's little Utah. Lots of transplants here, we're even friends with some "Utes" who moved here last year from South Jordan. There are Aggies that live one street over from me, but I don't see them that often. When they moved from Utah they had A plates on their vehicles, but eventually had to register them in Ca. My entire family lives here, including my parents, both of my aunts, and both of my cousins (I come from a very small family). We like it here a lot. I'm not from here though, my cousin was the first to move out here from the OC back in the early 00's.


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Re: Youth Football Coach gone wild

Post by tipitup » December 6th, 2018, 12:50 pm

ViAggie wrote:
December 6th, 2018, 12:29 pm
tipitup wrote:
December 6th, 2018, 10:38 am
So was there some kind of cheap shot or something that triggered the coach to come flying over, or was he just mad his team was getting whooped? Kind of weird that he came all the way over the field, generally they save it for the handshake
So get this: We get to the hotel/casino and when the other team see us in our gear, the parents and kids immediately start talking trash, how they are undefeated and we had a weak schedule (where have we heard this before?) etc. etc. We ignore them and go on our way. We all agree to get the kids in bed so they are well rested. The parents of the other team go to the casino and party it up, all while letting their kids run in the hallways until 2 in the morning (no joke). So the next day we all arrive 2 hrs earl for prep. These bozo's roll in 45 minutes before the game starts. I hear the parents complaining how hung over they were, and their kids barely prepped, just goofed off, sang "we will rock you" and made fun of our team. Well that didn't turn out too well, first play from scrimmage we get a TD, and then it was on. They gain no 1st downs but after the half time the refs see what's going on and try and level the playing field by flagging us for every little ticky-tacky thing until they get a safety on us. Their kids kept getting hurt on pretty much every play after the half because they were so gassed and tired. That's when their coach runs out of nowwhere. Not sure if it was one incident that triggered the poor bastard.

What pisses me off the most is that they called the game right before they started using my son as an RB. He usually plays Inside/middle LB. He had some stellar blitzes and send some kids flying, loads of tackles for a loss. I heard the coach say he would reward him by allowing him to score a TD (they usually tell the kids to take a knee at the 1 yrd line when we're up like that over someone), but because it was a bowl game, and the other team was talking so much chit, we were going to pile on the points. Oh well, that's youth sports for you :joking:
Thanks for the write up!! it generally happens like that, smack talk that gets settled on the field!!



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