H.S. Coach Who Allegedly Lived With Player Back In Class

September 27th, 2010 by Staff

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – An Osceola County high school football coach under investigation for allegedly letting a homeless player stay at his house will be back in the classroom Monday.
Bill Buldini was suspended from his duties as coach of the St. Cloud Bulldogs last week. He teaches social studies at the school.
The Florida High School Athletic Association says no student-athlete is allowed to live with any athletic staff member. The association is looking into the allegations but did not say when the investigation will be complete.

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2 Responses

  1. Jason Johnson

    Bubba this is absolutely the problem with rules. I am the athletic director of a sports program 501c tell that gentleman we would love to have him at our park. I can offer him a position at or park right now. He will more than likely be offered a coaching position immediately.

  2. Ward Wuorio

    I know as a country, the increased rate of sexual misconduct has changed the thought process of all of us, however in a time when there is nothing but bad news, this educator stepped outside of himself to assist a student. A coach looking out for one of his players. this is unheard of these days. There has not been one comment from the student or any student about misconduct from this coach. the question shouldnt be why the coach helped him out but why is this student homeless? where is social services to investigate that part of the story?

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