High school coach bloodied on sideline after headbutting player


TV cameras captured some tense moments on the sidelines during the Georgia high school playoffs Friday night.

In a game between Colquitt County and Mill Creek, Colquitt coach Rush Propst appears to headbutt one of his players on the sideline in the second quarter.

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Moments later, blood was seen pouring from Propst's forehead.

Colquitt County is the defending AAAAAA state football champs. They beat Mill Creek 52-31 Friday and earned a spot in the state championship game.

Propst gained national notoriety on the MTV show "Two-a-Days" while coaching Hoover High School, a national football powerhouse.



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