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Report: Max Hall loses coaching job after arrest for theft, cocaine

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Posted at 7:40 PM, Sep 05, 2014
and last updated 2014-09-05 21:40:33-04
Courtesy Gilbert Police Dept.

Courtesy Gilbert Police Dept.

GILBERT, Ariz. – Former BYU quarterback Max Hall, who also played several games with the Arizona Cardinals, will no longer be coaching football at a high school in Arizona; Hall was arrested a few days earlier for possession of cocaine and stolen items.

Arizona Central reports Hall has been let go by Gilbert Public Schools.

Alex Nardone, Chief of Staff of the Gilbert Public Schools, told Arizona Central: “Mr. Hall was not a certified employee of Gilbert Public Schools. He was paid a stipend as a football coach. Mr. Hall will not be returning to Gilbert High School.”

Click here for more on this story from Arizona Central.

Hall was arrested recently at a Best Buy store after he allegedly stole items from the store. Police officials said Hall admitted to stealing from retail stores and also admitted to having cocaine in his possession, click here for details.