Can a woman effectively coach high school football?
When Coolidge High School announced two months ago that it was looking for a new football coach, one of the school's science teachers was sitting in a conference room in the building when a colleague asked, "Why don't you put your name in for it?"
Natalie Randolph chewed on the idea for a bit. She didn't know of another woman who was coaching high school football, but that didn't concern her. To Randolph, who had played five seasons in a women's professional football league and also served two seasons as an assistant at another D.C. high school, it came down to a few simple facts. Read the full article.
March 12, 2010; 8:57 AM ET
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