Monday, April 28, 2008

HS FB Coach Looking for a Shot at Love

Flipping through the channels last night, I happened to pass the trainwreck that is "A Shot at Love 2." While the show is probably a Dunbar favorite, it doesn't get much play in the McCormack household.

But something caught my attention last night. One of the contestants, "Bo," is described as a high school football coach.

Tell me all you ex-high school superstars out there - can you recall ever once playing for a guy vying for a bisexual's love interest on MTV, nonetheless taking one seriously?

A quick search tells me that Brandon "Bo" Kunkle of Fairborn, OH not only coaches for the Fairborn High School Skyhawks (of which he is a 2001 graduate), but is a bartender (Wallaby's in Beavercreek) and a DJ as well. He also intends to continue coaching through this fall's season.


And the kiddies are all over him.

Don't get me wrong, if a dude wants to pursue his Hollywood dream by chasing a dirty tramp, then that's his prerogative. But where does the school board draw the line?

This is a student-teacher affair in the making. A camera-friendly pseudo-celebrity roaming high school halls when not pouring kamikazes or spinning shitty music? 15-year-old broads are gonna eat that up.

Fairborn commentators seem to be split. While some feel his "personal" life should be regarded as separate from his coaching duties, how do you deem a facet of your life as "personal" when you choose to be on a sexually charged reality-show? Check out some of the comments below this article.

I say he's fair game.

Should he ever send a player on a lap or make them run suicides I wish they laugh in his face and ask him to do one of the many humiliating things Tila will undoubtedly put him through.

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