Calif. kids' football team hit with bounty scandal
San Jose Mercury News
TUSTIN, Calif.—In a pee-wee version of the NFL's bounty scandal, the head coach and league president of an Orange County children's football team have been suspended amid allegations that players were offered up to $50 in cash to knock opponents out …
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