Marion County football coach tattoos rival’s logo on forehead to inspire his team

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Marion County High School assistant football coach Michael Schmitt
Marion County High School assistant football coach Michael Schmitt

Earlier this week, Marion County High School assistant football coach Michael Schmitt was arrested and charged with vandalizing his own school by surreptitiously spray painting the logo of rival South Pittsburg High School and derogatory names in an attempt to rally and energize his own team before a game between the two schools two weeks ago.

Although that scheme didn’t work – the South Pittsburgh High team defeated the Marion County High team, 35 to 17 – Schmitt has gone even further, defacing himself by tattooing the logo and pirate mascot of South Pittsburg High School to his forehead, apparently trying to inspire his team.

Schmitt, who has stated previously that his favorite film is Fast Times at Ridgemont High, has more plans involving offbeat techniques, including personally defiling the Marion County High mascot, the Warrior.

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