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#1 Nov 12, 2013
I have heard we should read in paper this week or next that they have forced coached swavely to resign. About freakin time you bum !
#2 Nov 12, 2013
shut up...u dont know what u r saying....coach is great...team has talent...kids r smart...dont listen to news bout low test scores... poor record... we r the 1...roam fee aucadmy
#3 Nov 22, 2013
ABRAHAM TO RFA!!! You heard it here first. He should of been there from the start before swavely. But politics and friends on search committee wrecks program
#4 Nov 24, 2013
Yes you are probably accurate on that only because the coaches of Rome Free Academy and the administration could care less about the academics and extracurricular activities of their athletes. Now after you read this.... if he EVER DREAMS of doing this in Rome.. he would be TERMINATED... forget being suspended for a week because all Rome administration and BOE cares about is their athletes!!! 199% POSITIVE sure this is accurate and any coach that is being completely honest will tell you the same!! They won't make it as a coach in Rome if they make a good athlete sit out a game for any reason... sick.. skip school... drugs... ANYTHING. Sit back and read this because this is NOT what will happen in Rome!! This was from the Uticaod.com ...
Byron Abraham has resigned as football coach at Notre Dame Junior-Senior High School, effective immediately.
Abraham confirmed the news Thursday.
“There's not a lot that I can say right now,” Abraham said, refusing to comment any further on the situation.
He previously was suspended for one week, following an Oct. 5 decision to not play four players who had missed a week of practice due to a Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) boot camp - the same decision he's made in past seasons.
The situation, from the suspension to the resignation, isn't sitting well with at least one Jugglers player.
“I'm highly irate at the decision-making,” said junior quarterback and co-captain Kevin Warmack.“This was done in a vindictive manner by the principal and the school board. It only hurts the kids.”
Warmack said the team plans to meet today. He said he didn't know if Abraham would be there.
Abraham said Thursday that he still stands by everything he's said to this point regarding that incident.
Notre Dame released a statement, in which Principal Sister Anna Mae Collins said,“We wish coach Abraham the best in his future endeavors, and the search for a new coach will begin immediately.”
“This has been a tremendous experience for me,” Abraham said of his tenure at Notre Dame.“I got to coach 10 years at my alma mater, and I couldn't have thought any better of it.
“When they first offered me the job, I turned it down. But they came back and talked me into it. I think it's been great. It changed my life.”
Abraham was quick to say that even though his time is through at Notre Dame, he is far from finished as a coach.
“Every good coach I know, every coach I've ever had - they've all been relieved of duty at some point.
“I suspect that when the dust settles, that I'll be coaching somewhere.”
In his 10 years at Notre Dame, Abraham compiled a 55-37 record, and led the Jugglers to the Section III championship game twice. Notre Dame made it to the Section III Class C semifinals this season, where it lost 35-33 to eventual champion General Brown.
What did Abraham mean to Notre Dame football?
“A lot,” Warmack said.“He meant a lot to all of us. We had a special bond with him - not only as a coach, but as a role model.
#5 Nov 25, 2013
"probably", is a total delusional idiot. nuff said
#6 Nov 25, 2013
i actually agree with "probably". For the most part, Rome only cares about sports. While academics are and should be important.. athletics have and always will be important. This is proven but their ridiculous probationary eligibility policy they have in place. I heard about it and actually went to the districts web site to read it myself. After reading it, I can see why "probably" feels they believe this. They do everything they possibly can to keep their athletes on the playing field, yet if a student that is not involved with extra-curricular activities... won't be affected at all as they have no incentive to go anyhow.
#7 Nov 26, 2013
yeah, nice try 'who knows'....AKA, PROBABALY....both from Camillus, ny. agreeing with your OWN post to try and give it credit...STFU Dummy.
#8 Nov 26, 2013
Whoever takes over should hire Anthony Destito as strength and conditioning coach.
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