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Topic - D.J. Hernandez
A Connecticut high school football coach has apologized for using an opponent's play list, which his team found during their game last month.
A Connecticut high school football coach was suspended Tuesday for one game after acknowledging he used an opponent's play list that his team found during their game last month.
In an e-mail Wednesday, Hernandez says he realizes that he did not set a good example for his team, and promises to become a better coach.
He admitted using the list of coded plays from an armband lost by a Manchester High School player.