La Mirada assistant coach Erik Meyer talks Arena Bowl title and coaching high school football

Erik Meyer La MiradaPhoto San Jose SaberCats, Sergio Estrada

Erik Meyer, the quarterback of the 2015 Arena Bowl champion San Jose SaberCats, is back in his hometown doing what he loves — coaching high school football.

Meyer, who missed La Mirada High School‘s (La Mirada, California) season opener against St. John Bosco because he was playing in Arena Bowl 28 against Jacksonville, returned as the team’s Quarterbacks Coach last Thursday.

Related: La Mirada (CA) assistant coach leads San Jose to Arena Bowl win

We caught-up with Meyer earlier this week to talk about the Arena bowl win and why he enjoys coaching high school football at his alma mater.  You can listen to his answers below, along with La Mirada head coach Mike Moschetti talking about the importance of having a person like Meyer on his coaching staff.

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