(Worthy News) – A First Amendment lawsuit by a college football team’s ex-offensive coordinator may hinge on the performance of his players.
Kurt Beathard claims he was dumped because he removed an Illinois State University (ISU) athletics department Black Lives Matter poster from his office door. He replaced it with a handwritten poster reading “All Lives Matter to our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ.”
Student athletes boycotted practice in part because of his action, and the next day head football coach Brock Spack told Beathard he did not “like the direction of the offense.” [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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