Maryland Crab Bowl Losing Support

February 5, 2010 / Athletic AdministrationFootball
What is supposed to be a celebration of high school senior football players now is facing a lacking of support. The Maryland Crab Bowl, a high school all-star game, is set to take place Monday night but six players were removed from rosters due to participating in a different all-star game, violating an agreement with the Crab Bowl. Now, another player and two assistant coaches are boycotting the game. Other coaches have come out to say they do not support the idea of the Crab Bowl wanting to be the only all-star game in Maryland.

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