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Coach accused of licking player's cuts

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by LoKyBuckeye, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. LoKyBuckeye

    LoKyBuckeye I give up. This board is too hard to understand. Staff Member

    Anyone else hear about this?

    http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/apus_story.asp?category=1110&slug=Licking%20Coach

    Tuesday, March 8, 2005 · Last updated 2:59 p.m. PT

    Coach accused of licking player's cuts

    THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

    HALSEY, Ore. -- A state panel plans to investigate a high school football coach who acknowledged licking a bloody cut on the knee of one of his players.

    The Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission decided to look at the case after a parent complained that Central Linn High School coach Scott Reed's behavior threatened student safety and health.

    Reed, 34, who also teaches science, acknowledged the incident last year after the parent's complaint. The school district placed him on probation and required him to take a "bloodborne pathogens" course.

    Police investigated, but Reed was not arrested. "Sometimes there are actions that are socially unacceptable or bizarre that aren't necessarily criminal," Linn County Sheriff Dave Burright said.

    The student whose knee was licked told police Reed had given team members a pep talk about a coach licking and healing injured players' wounds so they could get back in a game.

    Team members urged Reed to do the same for a bleeding scab on the student's knee, and Reed did after asking permission. A witness said Reed seemed to be "joking around" and the licked athlete was not offended, the police report said.

    Contacted by The Register-Guard newspaper of Eugene, Reed refused to comment.

    Saliva-to-blood contact poses a small risk of disease transmission, said Dr. Sarah Hendrickson, public health officer at Lane County Public Health in Eugene.

    "We do know that animals lick their own wounds," she said. "And it may be that saliva has some healing properties. But my very strong recommendation is that you confine yourself to licking your own wounds."

    The state commission licenses and disciplines teachers and administrators
     
  2. kinch

    kinch Wash me Staff Member

    This really isn't that big of a deal.

    My mom used to make me lick her wounds when they bled. It seems like every month she would need a cut licked again. I don't know. It made her happy.
     
  3. Lazlo

    Lazlo Good people drink good beer. ~ HST

    That shit might go with this thread, but it sure as hell belongs in THIS ONE

    I can't believe you even went so far as to say every month, you sure you didn't leave a letter out of the word cut?:sick1:
     
    Last edited: Mar 9, 2005
  4. kinch

    kinch Wash me Staff Member

    BigSlick:

    Hey man, don't diss me and don't diss my mom. You don't know either of us.

    I knew I shouldn't have said anything-- she told me it was a secret. . .
     
  5. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Sounds to me like you were licking a gash.
     
  6. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    That's disgusting. Why would a guy lick some kid's scraped knee? :sick1: :sick1: :sick1: :sick1:
     
  7. matz2

    matz2 Sheeeeeeeeeeeit!

    There's some sick, sick bastards out there...
     

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