Southington coach suspended 1 game

Updated: November 10, 2010, 6:05 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

HARTFORD, Conn. -- A Connecticut high school football coach was suspended Tuesday for one game after acknowledging he used an opponent's play list that his team found during their game last month.

Southington High School principal Martin Semmel said Tuesday that he suspended coach D.J. Hernandez after the coach admitted using the list of coded plays from an armband lost by a Manchester High School player. Southington beat Manchester 28-14 on Oct. 22.

In an e-mail Wednesday, Hernandez ...

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