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What would you do if you were the coach of Jesuit varsity football?

Coach Jonathan Isaac was nineteen years old when he started coaching varsity football. He got his job from Coach Josh Palone, the Director of Admissions at Jesuit.

He has been coaching varsity football for fourteen years. He is also the director of Junior Academics Plus, a camp that teaches kids to have a better understanding of the Jesuit community.

“I love everything about football: the courage and the athleticism, not to mention the mentality and the physicality of it too,” said Coach Isaac.

He is a huge influence on Jesuit and their football team. He loves all of the students and will always remember them. All in all, Coach Isaac is a great coach who does his job well, both on the field and in the camp.

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