Chad Hornik, new head football coach at Thomas Jefferson High School (Richmond, VA), has been charged with changing the school’s football tradition. Hornik joins High School Football America host Jeff Fisher to talk about the changes he’s making in hopes of ending the Vikings’ 41-game losing streak.
Also on the show is Vince Leveille, former coach at Vassar High School (Michigan), who talks about his former player Travis Mills, who lost all four of his limbs after stepping on a landmine during his third tour of duty as a Marine in Afghanistan in April. If you’d like to help Travis, his wife and their young daughter, please visit www.travismills.org.
The show wraps-up with a visit from sports psychologist Dr. Jarrod Spencer of Mind of the Athlete, who talks about the recent suicide of Junior Seau and concussions in football at all levels.
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