This is pretty amusing:
New Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt was unhappy with the play calling. He had just finished watching his father’s team at Plainville (Ala.) High lose a game in which it unsuccessfully ran the same deep pass play a half dozen or so times.
So when his father and staff met after the game to discuss what they could have done differently, Pruitt sarcastically spoke up. “If you ran that play one more time,” Pruitt said, “it might have had a chance.”
That’s hardly what the elder Pruitt wanted to hear from his then-fourth-grade son, who he proceeded to spank with a belt in front of his coaching staff.
“I guess I’ve always had a passion for football,” Pruitt said with a laugh.
There’s no truth to the rumor that Paul Johnson runs his coaches meetings the same way.