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My Pastor has taught these things from the bible week after week for years, Luke 18:1, a man should always pray & not faint. Not sure why, because it's a "Mormon" leader saying it, it's front page news. Glad however to see a article encouraging prayer.7 months ago
It does appear your a bit bitter, so instead of yapping back and forth as these blogs usually do, I'll say good luck in your football career if your still playing in college. I think my brother is better off being somewhere where "other" people can appreciate him and have a better knowledge of the game than those that think they do at Skyline. Good luck to whoever takes over there.Feb 13, 2012
its funny you mention a below average staff, that a security guard had to coach. You forgot to mention who that coach is, its my brother, Coach Ken Polamalu. He worked magic with kids that were the size of other teams wide recievers, but he never complained, he just coached with what he had. This below average coach, had the only Division 1 prospect to ever come out of that program for football in Justin Addie. This same coach was the one who spent his weekends walking around strip malls seeking donations for the football program so that kids wouldn't have to spend money to play the game they love and enjoy playing. This is the same coach that was asked to go teach 700 kids on the island of samoa about the fundamentals of football with various NFL Players & NCAA coaches....a high school coach.....a security guard. This is a below average coach that learned football from the current offensive coordinator at USC, Kennedy Polamalu and current Pittsburgh Steeler, Troy Polamalu. Hard to imagine that all those attributes belong to a below average coach. Im proud of my older brother and his accomplishments. He often told me that if he couldn't put a kid in college, at least he'd make sure that kid would leave Skyline as a strong young man. I've yet to hear of a kid (Not a parent speaking for their kid) that didn't heighten his football IQ after being coached by Ken Polamalu. Just wanted to stand up for my brother, knowing he could care less how people see him.
Feb 12, 2012