WALT-TV in Albany, Georgia is reporting that Colquitt County head football coach Rush Propst is on administrative leave with pay for an undisclosed investigation. In 2015, Propst was suspended for a player on his sideline, but that suspension was reduced to a reprimand.
This morning Colquitt County placed Rush Propst on paid administrative leave indefinitely.— Theo Dorsey WALB (@TheoWALB) February 26, 2019
The school system is conducting an internal investigation around “personnel” and have no timetable for the head football coach’s return. pic.twitter.com/mY20m2stCF
Propst has been Colquitt County’s head coach since 2008, winning two state championships. Last year, the Packers lost in the Georgia 7A championship game to Milton. The Packers finished No. 27 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings.