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High school football coach needs a good dose of karma

Original post made on Nov 5, 2021

On a soap box: In a battle of two teams from the city of Inglewood in the LA area, Inglewood High dropped a 106-0 assault on Morningside High. That’s right – 106-0. The coach, Mil’Von James, needs to be fired immediately.

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Posted by Michael P. Santa Maria, Ph.D.
a resident of another community
on Nov 5, 2021 at 7:58 am

Michael P. Santa Maria, Ph.D. is a registered user.

While mercy in sport may be viewed as commendable, deliberate underperformance is sometimes referred to as "tanking" and in more extreme cases "point shaving." A team that intentionally does not perform to potential in a less challenging situation increases its risk of underperformance in more demanding future situations. Blame not the champion who gave his all.

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