Unvaccinated Star Football Coach Is Hospitalized With COVID

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The star of Netflix 'Titletown High has contracted both COVID-19 and pneumonia and has made it difficult for him to breathe.
Rush Propst, who served as a high school football coach in Georgia and Alabama, told an AL.com reporter in a text message that his condition was "not good" and that he was "weak" to type. He is receiving oxygen but is not on a ventilator.
According to the outlet, Propst was hospitalized on Wednesday and is not vaccinated. However, he tried to be cheerful about football, and wrote to the creator of Titletown High that he wished all players the best of luck and that "it is a [privilege] to play this [great] football game".
His wife Stefnie published a statement on Thursday thanking those who wished him well.
"For the past 13 years, I've seen Rush become a better Christian, better husband, and better father to our children," she wrote in a statement shared on Twitter by Titletown creator Jason Sciavicco. “I pray harder than ever before. Not being by his side at the moment is the hardest thing I have ever had to endure in my life. "
Propst had been ousted from several high school football teams due to numerous controversies, including Valdosta High School, the school in Titletown.
The school fired Propst after an investigation by Valdosta and the Georgia Professional Standards Commission found him involved in illegal recruitment and abuse of school fees.
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