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Football: Troy Starr is still making controversial comments

November 28, 2013|By Eric Sondheimer

 During his days as football coach at Woodland Hills Taft, Troy Starr could be counted on to say something controversial about once a week.

He was the one who coined the phrase, "What time does the JV game start?" regarding the City Invitational final before the City championship game.

Now the head coach at Helix in San Diego, Starr still says what's on his mind.

So it comes as no surprise in a story in the San Diego newspaper about a top running back, Royce Freeman, and his chances of being selected player of the year, Starr said, "At the L.A. private schools, if they’d have known he was down here, they would have expanded their Christian outreach from vans to include small airplanes."

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

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