High School Basketball Coaches Fired For Using School Bus For Beer Run

This might be tough to explain in their coming job interviews.

Over the weekend, Channel 6 in Oklahoma reported that two high school basketball coaches had been fired after using the school bus to purchase beer at a nearby convenience store.

The incident occurred while the coaches were out of town with the boys at a basketball camp at Connors State College.

The campus doesn’t allow alcohol on it’s campus under any circumstance. And the coaches would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren’t the fact that the store clerk called the university to make them aware of the situation.

It’s a tacky look to show up to a convenient store in a school bus to buy beer. The coaches at Tishomingo High School should have known better, and at some point you have to imagine it crossed their mind that they shouldn’t be doing what they’re doing.

They deserved to be fired, but you can’t help but think that the store clerk seemed a little too eager to play the role of snitch here.

Either way, there’s a job opening in Oklahoma to coach high school basketball.

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  • Michael NapolesCAMPUSSPORTS Writer
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