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Apr 26 2017

Successful Football Coach on Verge of Getting Fired for Being White

Just how good do some people have to be to keep their job despite being white? A high school football coach in Texas is finding out:

The DeSoto ISD [Independent School District] school board Monday discussed the status of coach Todd Peterman, who led the Eagles to their first state championship in 2016. …

According to a report from The News earlier in the day, four of the seven board trustees were leaning toward firing Peterman, with Superintendent David Harris in favor of keeping the coach.

Why would a high school in football-mad Texas even consider firing the guy who coached them to a state championship? Here’s why:

Peterman is white. In 2015-16, 80.4 percent of DeSoto’s 2,440 students identified as African-American, according to a report from the Texas Education Agency.

Peterman is very much a minority in DeSoto. You might think the Affirmative Action mentality would work in his favor. But as any South African could tell you, it doesn’t work that way.

Peterman was promoted in 2015 after seven seasons as the team’s offensive coordinator. Peterman took over after former coach Claude Mathis, who is black, took an assistant position at SMU.

DeSoto went 16-0 last season and won the Class 6A Division II state title.

Former NFL linebacker Zach Orr, a DeSoto and North Texas alumnus, indicated people were originally skeptical of Peterman’s hire because of his race. He said that seems to be the reason behind the potential change.

It looks like Peterman will keep his job for now. He will certainly be motivated going into next season. Lose a single game and the white guy could be out of there.

Todd Peterman: right skills, wrong skin.

On a tip from Steve A.

9 Responses to “Successful Football Coach on Verge of Getting Fired for Being White”

  1. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Maybe the good coach is whispering to his players that they might have to get jobs someday.

  2. Chronos Z. Wonderpig says:

    The coach should just announce that he identifies as a black….problem solved!

  3. Agrippa says:

    Ought to be more than one college out there looking for a coach who can win, regardless of his skin color. Get the heck out of there, coach, and tell ’em “FU” as you head out the door to that higher-paying, more prestigious job!

  4. crankywhitewoman says:

    So white people can’t teach and coach black people?

  5. 762x51 says:

    Naturally, if the coach were black and the school demographics predominately white, they would be doing the exact same thing out of “fairness” – uh huh, sure they would.

    Whites, Progressive controlled government, media, entertainment and courts are at war with you, whether you want to admit it or. Either engage the enemy or surrender and watch your children live out their lives as slaves.

    Those are your only alternatives now.

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  9. Floridian says:

    I don’t sympathize much. I question negro wrangler as a valid occupation.

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