One of the coaches admits telling High School football players to tackle a referee and that coach is now out of a job.
Fox News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
Officials at John Jay High School in San Antonio say assistant coach Mack Breed admits he ordered two players to blindside a referee September 4.
(Woods) "That individual is no longer an employee of the school district."
Superintendent Brian Woods during a hearing by the Texas league that overseas High School sports. The players who were kicked off the team and sent to alternative school have said that the hit was ordered amid bad calls and alleged racist language used by the official, who denies that.
An investigation is ongoing. The team's season is also in jeopardy.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.