A school district in Oklahoma is investigating a high school football coach after the nation’s largest secular legal organization voiced concern that the coach was seen praying with his student athletes before a Nov. 3 game.  Administrators at Norman Public Schools are looking into a complaint issued by the Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation, which advocates for a strict separation of church and state. The Norman Transcript reports that the FFRF complaint came after the Norman High

School football team put up a 15-second video on its Facebook page showing what appears to be a team prayer of about a dozen players being led by an assistant coach before the Tigers’ game against Edmond Memorial. FFRF, which regularly pressures school districts to put a stop to football coaches and other school district employees engaging in prayer with students, demanded that the school district investigate the football team. FFRF sent the complaint on behalf of a concerned parent. READ MORE