SJ - August 27, 2021
Philip Rivers, who played 17 seasons in the NFL, might be having more fun coaching high school kids. His postgame interview after making his coaching debut certainly suggests he is.
Rivers' St. Michael Catholic Cardinals won the first game of his high school football coaching career 49-0 on Thursday night. He could barely contain his excitement afterwards.
Longtime NFL QB Philip Rivers talks about the pure joy of high school football following his first win as a head coach at St. Michael. pic.twitter.com/uFKolVujrV
— Ben Thomas (@BenThomasPreps) August 27, 2021
That's a debut. Rivers didn't get into coaching just for the experience. He's out for blood and kicking ass and taking names. Good luck to the rest of the teams on the St. Michael Catholic Cardinals' schedule.
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