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Aug 20, 2012 11:43 PM by Andy Koen

Favre-coached high school team scores 64 in first game

You can now call him Coach Favre. Retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre has joined the coaching staff at Oak Ridge High School in Hattiesburg, Mississippi as the team's offensive coordinator.

The Warriors played their first with their new assistant on Saturday night and won by a score of 64-6. It took only one play and 44 seconds for the Oak Ridge to score.

The play, designed by Favre, used two quarterbacks, one of them lined up as a slot receiver. The disguised QB took a pitch and then launched the ball down field to a streaking wide receiver.

Favre had joined the team just a week earlier. Favre trained at Oak Ridge back in 2010 when deciding to come out of retirement to join the Minnesota Vikings.

 

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