The trend of high school football coaches leaving Florida for better paying jobs in other states isn’t new.
But the issue was revived last week when a trio of successful coaches — Seminole’s Eric Lodge, Ocoee’s Aaron Sheppard and Flagler Palm Coast’s Robert Paxia — all announced on the same day that we were taking jobs in Georgia and South Carolina. Sheppard said his supplement to be a coordinator in Georgia will be more the double what he received to be a head coach in Orange County.
Here’s how coaches on Twitter have responded to the situation.
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