Flint Jaguars Football Going Through Major Changes After Coach Slams Administration
Flint High School football assistant coach, Trace Fisher called for the administration to resign after saying that the conditions were unsafe for players and staff.
2017 was the first year that Flint schools played under one team, and the Jaguars will most likely have an entirely new coaching staff for their second season.
WNEM is reporting that Flint Schools are going to start looking for a new coaching staff as early as this week. Fisher has announced that he will be running for the Flint school board in the next election.
Some of the allegations that he has made are unsafe practice conditions. Including, glass on the practice field, unsafe weight room conditions, and a lack of drinking water for players at practice.
Flint Schools have had a rough decade, and some were hoping that hitting the reset button last year would help out. That's not the way things are looking right now though.