A Kentucky high school football coach has resigned after suffering a mild stroke just days before his program was to kick off summer practices.
As reported by the Lexington Herald-Leader, Paducah Tilghman football coach Steve Duncan resigned Friday, citing sudden health issues for his departure.
WPSD-TV in Paducah had further details about Duncan’s condition:
“I had a stroke on Monday, and a follow up visit with a neurologist,” Duncan told WPSD. “I have some issues from the stroke and I am not at my best. I need to, according to him, take care of some stress