Among the various accusations: Popp told his team before a game that their opponents expected them "to play like n—-ers, which you are," and told a few of his players that their teammate's father was "a drunk, and the apartment he lives in is probably government housing." On Monday, the boys' parents wrote a letter to the school board charging Popp with "inappropriate language, as well as racial and economic harassment." They also attended a school board meeting to voice their concerns, and successfully postponed last night's game until Friday — so the unblemished record still stands. The Spartans have also threatened to boycott the remainder of their season if Popp is not relieved of his duties.
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