As the 6th game of the season came to an end, with six more to play, the principal of Joseph Barron Senior High School in Des Moines had no choice. He had to fire the new coach — former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Kaepernick took the job quietly to stay tethered to football, but from the start, things went poorly. “The kids couldn’t stand him,” said Principal Jack Bowman, “He just had a way of…pissing people off.”

According to parents, they weren’t allowed to know who the coach was, only that he had “an impressive background in the game.” As it turns out, he was trying to get players to kneel for the National Anthem after just three weeks.

Another three weeks and an 0-6 start was all Bowman needed to make the change.

ALLOD Sportsball Analyzer Tara Newhole says the bookies in Vegas had him lasting between one and three seasons, so anyone who bet the under is in really good shape right now.

“Had you parleyed that bet with Taylor showing off her tonsils every time Travis Kelce touched the ball you’d be on cloud 90 to 1 heaven.

Football certainly isn’t what it used to be, patriots. At least this school has a chance to get it right next time. God Bless America.

Reprinted with permission from Latherland

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