High school coach suspends entire team over cyberbullying

sports.yahoo.com Published: September 26, 2013
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Matt Labrum had seen enough.

As the head football coach at Union High in Roosevelt, Utah, Labrum had watched his players receive discipline for skipping classes at school. He'd been more troubled by others who were accused of cyberbullying fellow teens. He didn't like any of it, according to Yahoo Sports.



So, after a loss to Judge Memorial Catholic High, Labrum told his team that as of that moment, they were no longer a team. All players — 80 in total — were required to turn in their jerseys and all equipment. No one would play football again until they "earned the privilege to play,” Yahoo Sports reports.

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