Lorenzo Hernandez

Head Football Coach at Garfield High School

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High school football is less popular than basketball, soccer, and swimming in LA. Could the Rams’ Super Bowl victory inspire more kids to be running backs and wide receivers?

Could LA’s Super Bowl victory get more kids to play football again?

High school football is less popular than basketball, soccer, and swimming in LA. Could the Rams’ Super Bowl victory inspire more kids to be running backs and wide receivers?

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