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61-year-old Texas high school football coach David Donnell was arrested during a game on September 7 when his team, Sanderson, got in a brawl with its opponent Marfa and Donnell started throwing Marfa kids off the brawl pile. As you can see in the video above, that’s Donnell moving bodies. The video came out this week and has me wondering if Texas could get any softer than it is right now.
Here I thought Texas was like its own country where they didn’t play by the snowflake rules that are running rampant across the rest of the U.S. Folks, if we lose Texas, we lose the last place on earth where a coach can’t move bodies off piles and not remotely in a violent way. We cannot stand for this arrest.
In the video, Donnell is shown removing one Marfa football player from the group. Donnell is then seen grabbing another Marfa football player by the front of his jersey and pulling the 17-year-old to the ground.
After the fight was broken up, authorities on the scene went to both team’s camera operators to see if they recorded the alleged assault. The Sanderson camera operator had no footage; however, the Marfa operator had a clear shot of the assault.
Once they reviewed the video, Marfa authorities took Donnell into custody around 10:03 p.m.
Donnell is facing a Class A misdemeanor assault charge. The kid who was spun around reportedly went to the hospital to get checked via a CT scan. Are you kidding me? That spin and dump resulted in a possible concussion? GTFOH.
The game was called, Donnell was cuffed and that’s how this six-man game ended.