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Middle School Football Coach Fired For Planning Party For Team At Hooters

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A middle school football coach in the Portland, Oregon area said he was willing to lose his job than rather back down from plans for a team party at Hooters has lost his job.

The athletic director for the school district, Jean-Paul Soulagnet, sent a letter this week to parents telling them the end-of-season party at Hooters was no longer a Corbett Middle School event.

KGW reports that the athletic director fired coach Randy Burbach for refusing to choose a more appropriate location for the party.

Burbuch would not bow to pressure to move the party, because he always told his boys to stand up for what they believe in.

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