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Matt Labrum

Football Coach

Union High School

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Union High School

6636 South Mingo Rd

Tulsa, Oklahoma,74133

United States

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Union High School News Home of the Union Cougars! ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Coach

Parowan City Corporation


Football Coach

Roosevelt High School


Baseball Coach

Utah High School Activities Association


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HS Football Coach Suspends Entire Team Over Character Issues - Bob Reno's BadJocks

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Matt Labrum believes football helps create great men.
And it is that belief and his passion for the game that led the Union High School head football coach and his staff to suspend all 41 players from the team because of off-field problems ranging from cyberbullying to skipping classes. "We felt like everything was going in a direction that we didn't want our young men going, " said Labrum, an alumnus of the program he's coached for the past two years. "We felt like we needed to make a stand." So the coach and his staff gathered the team together after Friday night's loss to Judge Memorial Catholic High School and told them he was concerned about some of the players' actions and behavior off the field. He then instructed them all to turn in their jerseys and their equipment.


www.corneliaseigneur.com

Matt Labrum, the head coach at Union High School in Roosevelt, Utah, benched all 50 of his players last weekend because of character issues.
He said they had bad grades and attendance, and a few of them had been known for cyber-bullying.


purpose2play.com

That's what Union High School (Roosevelt, Utah) football coach Matt Labrum did in 2013.
After certain players were caught cyberbullying and skipping classes, Labrum decided to suspend all 41 players until they got their act together. "We felt like everything was going in a direction that we didn't want our young men going," said Labrum told the Deseret News. "We felt like we needed to make a stand." Because of the lack of character the boys showed off the field, Labrum composed a "Union Football Character" letter detailing what each player had to do if he wanted to earn his spot back. "It's an honor to put on your school's jersey, and I think sometimes we lose that fact in this world of 'me, me, me.' We're representing the whole school, the whole community," Labrum told Fox News.


Beyond the Field | Vyrtex

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Union High School coach Matt Labrum did something not many coaches would do.
Suspend every single one of his players. Labrum told the team they wou...


When Character Trumps WinningGingerConsulting

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Last week, Matt Labrum, football coach at Union High School in Roosevelt, Utah made national headlines when he made the bold move to suspend his entire football team for incidents of attitude issues ranging from cyberbullying to cutting class.
Instead of just making the suspensions a time out he and the coaching staff as well as the administration put in place a series of programs for the team to earn their way back on the team. Coaches like Matt Labrum who see sports as not as a game but a lesson for life beyond the field. What say you? Do you think Coach Labrum made the right call?


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