Report: Rush Propst, former Two-A-Days coach, facing more allegations of recruiting misconduct
Rush Propst rose to fame when the popular MTV show “Two-A-Days” followed his Hoover High School squads during the 2005 and 2006 seasons.
He left Hoover after the 2007 season, resigning after admitting to an extramarital affair. He then went on to coach at Colquitt County High School in Georgia, where he eventually was relieved of his duties for violating the school’s Code of Ethics for Educators.
Now, he’s at Valdosta High School in Georgia, and once again, controversy is following him. Per a report from Paige Dauer of WALB, court documents allege that Propst has committed recruiting violations:
Tonight – court documents put allegations against Valdosta High Head Football Coach Rush Prospt regarding recruiting and handling of school money. Superintendent Dr. Todd Cason tells me he's launched his own investigation and has spoken to the appropriate agencies. More at 6. pic.twitter.com/rZulyfQlqq
— Paige Dauer WALB (@PaigeWALB) February 23, 2021
What becomes of these latest allegations remains to be seen, but controversy seems to follow Propst wherever he goes.
Propst led Colquitt County to back-to-back Georgia 6A state titles in 2014 and 2015. He led Hoover to 5 Alabama 6A titles, in 2000 and every year from 2002-05.