Originally written on The Victory Formation  |  Last updated 9/29/12

At least he can’t blame the refs for this one. Hattiesburg (Miss.) Oak Grove High began this season 5-0 and was ranked as high as 13th in the state, and its offense was led by legendary NFL QB, Brett Favre, as its offensive coordinator. They looked poised to end up 6-0, but a crazy finish [...]

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22 Comments:
  • I have said before and I'll say again, Bret is a A--h---e
  • What coach that really cares for his kids dosen't get worked up. you must be one of the A--H--ES that believe you shouldnt keep score, not haveing any clue about winning teaching sucess in life.
  • So Favre gives his time freely to the community and all you can do is name calling.
  • If he would have given of his time to his Packer teammates when the were in training camp maybe there wouldnt have been so much drama and people wouldnt see him a such a crybaby
  • Every negative thing, no matter how small, somehow becomes a headline on our Comcast, Yahoo, AOL, or MSN home pages. When you click on a headline such as, "actress involved in car accident", it usually turns out to be a door ding or a scratched bumper. Is this what we've come to? Pathetic. Just pathetic.
  • He still has passion for the game. I would have him as coach for my son's football team.
  • Where was Favre
  • Why can the media not let this man live his life. Everybody wanted him gone, now he is gone you suckers follow him around. What a tired group of losers you are.
  • This is already one of my all time favorite gifs (the above of Favre shouting). I will use it in any and all correspondence when I'm angry.
  • What is wrong here? The man cant get into what he is doing? I do not see the reason for ANY negative talk or coverage, period!
    As a matter of fact, why is this even on here? I would FIRE the one who had the nerve to puit this CRAP on this website. Know I know you people are just another lying piece of crap website, later!!
  • I have to say that Brett is truely an AWESOME person. My son had the opportunity to meet and actually toss the football around the fied with him at the William and Mary Football camp in Williamsburg VA a few years ago. He is very passionate and copassionate. He actually took time to talk to all of the players (ages 10 to 19). Unlike some of the other pros that had attended that camp (for kids) he CARED and it showed.

    Yes, he has made some mistakes in his personal life...WHO HASN'T? So for all of you living in glass houses..DON'T THROW STONES!!!!!

    I'm all about freedom of speech and have just excersized my constitutional right to do so.

    We don't all have to agree but please extend the same respect you would like to receive.

    Just sayin...You go Brett !!!!
  • Oh gosh, yes. Favre is an awesome person-who had multiple affairs on his wife-you know-the wife who had breast cancer and stood by him when he was a drug addict-he sent text pics of his privates to another gal-oh, that awesome person. Spare me. He didn't make "mistakes" in her personal life. He is not a good person. He is an egotistical jerk. Yes, he was a good football player and loves the game. But, he personally is a jerk. And, I have been a Packer fan since before he was born so don't even think about me being a Packer hater. He is gone, great. But, he definitely is NOT an awesome person. Unless you have very low standards.
  • I'm glad that most of these comments are positive.... Anyone who has a problem with Brett assisting these high school coaches (for free) is obviously jealous. If a coach DIDN'T show emotion, THEN I think something would be wrong. I commend Brett Farve for donating his time and passion!!!
  • Are you serious? Lots of people give of their time freely to help kids but aren't jerks like Favre. People like to worship him because he was a good football player. Forget that, the guy was a horrible person who had multiple affairs on his wife/kids. He was selfish, conceited, and egotistical. So, commend him all you want. I don't
  • There's little in this clip that indicates that he is a jerk. Pick any HS game on any Friday night and I'll bet you will find more than one coach doing a lot worse than anything shown on this tape. I'll bet a large sum of money that none of you who are saying that he's a "jerk" have ever stood on the sidelines as a coach (don't bother coming back to say that you have b/c no one will believe you.)
  • I agree with you. This man has had his problems, but who in this world hasn't. The records he broke and the games he won all those years for the Green Bay Packers is legendary. Is this one of those "What have you done for me lately" sour grapes thing. Did any of you ever see Coach Lombardy on the sidelines during a football game? And he's considered one of the best of all time. Favre is showing a lot of emotion for "his" team. What would you think of him if he just stood there?
  • Best film I ever saw of Favre was when he was with the Vikings and he was in practice and someone threw a football and hit him in the balls and it knocked him to the ground.
  • Reading his lips "Come on...come on...he pushed...d___ it". Let me tell you, if that is "absolutely lost it", I'd hate to see my reaction to last Monday night's game (Packer fan) classified by you guys. Just let the man coach...he's giving back to the community and cares about what he does and doing right by the kids.
  • Big deal! Anyone who has coached football at any level has gotten passionate about things that happen in a game. Any coach worth his salt shows emotion. I have certainly done a lot worse than what I saw Favre do here and have never been criticized for it. In fact, I'd say that if I had an assistant coach who wasn't passionate for the game, I'd get rid of him. Favre did exactly what hundreds of other coaches do across the country on any given Friday night...anyone who says otherwise simply doesn't understand football.
  • he's such a fanatic you'd think he was a muslim.
  • I call it passion. He's in the game,in the moment, and in that zone. He is so focused on the game that nothing else is relevant. Just like so many coaches across the country. They're in it for the game. They're in it for the kids. My coach was passionate about the game and about life. I often use what he taught me in my coaching today.Thanks Frank. RIP.
  • Coach Frank wouldn't make it in today's PC Correct Pussified world. I think one of his canned responses when disputing a call was: "Oh for FvvK SAKES, do you need glasses?"
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