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Coach benches entire football team over conduct

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A high school football coach in Utah made off-the-field conduct his priority when he chose to bench all 50 players on his team. The coach says his players “lost their way,” and needed to improve their grades, attendance, and participate in community service in order to earn back the right to play. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.