KSAT(SAN ANTONIO, Texas) — Mack Breed, the assistant football coach at John Jay High School in Texas who allegedly ordered two players to attack a referee earlier this month is no longer an employee of the school district.
Breed allegedly ordered the two players to tackle the official in response to what he claimed were racial comments and bad calls. The two players attended disciplinary hearings on Wednesday.
Video of the players hitting the referee was posted to YouTube and has been viewed more than 11 million times.
It was not immediately clear whether Breed was fired or if he resigned.
Neither player nor Breed will attend Thursday’s hearing of the University Interscholastic League.
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