Thursday, January 20, 2011

Former NFL Quarterback Gus Frerotte Becomes High School Football Coach

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Gus Frerotte, who played for seven different NFL teams during his career, is now a high school football head coach.

Frerotte has been hired by John Burroughs School in St. Louis.  For the past two years, the former St. Louis Ram (also played for Cincinnati, Denver, Detroit, Miami, Minnesota and Washington) quarterback has been an assistant coach for John Burroughs.

Frerotte takes over for Todd Small, who retired at the end of the season after leading the team to a runner-up finish in Missouri's Class 3. Small was 44-21 in six seasons as head coach.

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