Jed Kennedy is in some serious trouble for his actions during a football game.
A video has surfaced showing the Alabama high school football coach slamming a volunteer assistant to the ground at the Opelika vs. Dothan game on Friday night.
The video below shows the shows the coach slamming an assistant coach to the ground after a ref throws a flag for sideline interference.
Dothan City Schools Superintendent Dennis R. Coe would soon release a statement.
“We do not comment on personnel matters,” he wrote. “We are aware of the video and will investigate and deal with it accordingly.”
It would late rbe reported that Kennedy and the staff member were seen conversing and hugging after the game.
Kennedy is in his first season as Dothan’s head football coach. Prior to this position, he spent the last three years at Enterprise as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator.
Entering this season, Kennedy had a 14-year head coaching record of 115-47 with five programs.