An Ohio football coach took an early January snow storm as an opportunity to challenge his players, while also helping neighborhoods in his community. The double challenge came through with flying colors.
As reported by Cincinnati NBC affiliate WLWT, new Monroe (Ohio) High School football coach Bob Mullins challenged his new charges to shovel a neighbor’s driveway for free during a snowy weekend. If they did, he pledged to cancel Friday’s scheduled fitness workout.
The result was a group of high school players fulfilling a good deed, pleasing their coach and helping neighbors in the process … 31 of them, in fact.
Given the results, it sure appears that there won’t be too much of a workout come Friday.