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  • In video, Paso Robles High football coach Rich Schimke pours syrup into player's belly button

    Video obtained by The Tribune shows Paso Robles High School head football coach Rich Schimke pouring syrup on a player during a post-game celebration. What happened next is in dispute, but the video led to Schimke being placed on paid administrative leave and it sparked a police investigation.

Video obtained by The Tribune shows Paso Robles High School head football coach Rich Schimke pouring syrup on a player during a post-game celebration. What happened next is in dispute, but the video led to Schimke being placed on paid administrative leave and it sparked a police investigation. Courtesy video
Video obtained by The Tribune shows Paso Robles High School head football coach Rich Schimke pouring syrup on a player during a post-game celebration. What happened next is in dispute, but the video led to Schimke being placed on paid administrative leave and it sparked a police investigation. Courtesy video

Paso Robles football coach poured syrup into player’s belly button, video shows

November 01, 2016 05:41 PM