Texas HS football state champs offering commemorative ring
FEB 12, 2014 12:54p ET
If you didn't know already, football is king in Texas.
And at arguably the state's biggest high school football powerhouse with a $60 million stadium, every student can now be a part of the back-to-back 5A Division I State Champions.
Class rings aren't enough anymore in the Dallas suburb of Allen. For $299, every Allen High School student can have their own commemorative championship ring.
But not everyone is thrilled with the idea.
Just do not understand the reasoning behind people who were not part of the actual football team that thinks they deserve a ring too #txhsfb— Texas HS Football (@texashsfootball) February 12, 2014
@texashsfootball Fans with rings crosses a line but where is the line? Trainers? Managers? Subvarsity? Cheerleaders? Band? Journalists!?!— Danny Davis (@aasdanny) February 12, 2014
.@texashsfootball as an Allen parent not crazy about the decision but we pay alot to make sure they have what they need and support them— p@tp0wtx (@patpowtx) February 12, 2014
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