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A high school football coach in Tempe, Ariz., has been suspended for two games for praying with his team before a game.
2 Games. Hmmm Same as RR orig got for KNOCKING OUT girlfriend. Tempe Prep FB coach suspended for praying w/ his team http://t.co/3VgTJJ7DOX
— Tom Brown (@TomBrownAZ) September 19, 2014
— ArizonaVarsity.com (@ArizonaVarsity) September 19, 2014
— Richard Obert (@azc_obert) September 19, 2014
Arizona Central’s Richard Obert reports that coach Tommy Brittain is not allowed to attend tonight’s game nor next week’s game at Chandler Valley Christian.
@azc_obert Wow. What an insane thing to by punished for.
— Karen Grayson (@karenwhiskey) September 19, 2014
@azc_obert that's a shame. Love praying with Tempe after the game
— Carter Bennett (@CarterBennett9) September 19, 2014
@azc_obert insane. I pray before, during, after (usually for player safety.) Unless it was mandatory, isn't this infringing on HIS beliefs?
— Denise Manchego (@DeniseManchego) September 19, 2014
@azcentral total disgrace
— Jason Scanlon (@ajason007) September 19, 2014
@azcentral Preposterous! Prayer before a game hurts nobody! Don't believe, don't pray. But don't strip away others' rights to do it!
— Sherm (@ProudAmerican15) September 19, 2014
— Armida ♥ (@ArmidaVida) September 19, 2014
— Charles (@charleswayne13) September 19, 2014
— Mr. Anton (@Anton4Change) September 19, 2014