Mike Singletary resigns as a Texas high school football coach

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It happened in December, but NFL Pro and College Football Hall of Fame linebacker Mike Singletary’s resignation at Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas is making news today.

According to multiple media reports, including The Dallas Morning News, Singletary finishes with a 1-21 record in two seasons. The team was 0-11 this past season.

Singletary, who played his high school football at Worthing High in Houston, Texas, talked to me about his high school days and why he was returning to the roots of the game to coach at TCA-Addison in 2018 when I was writing my book High School Football in Texas: Amazing Football Stories From the Greatest Players of Texas.

You can listen to a snippet of my interview with Singletary below on the High School Football America Podcast.

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