Ashton Kutcher Coaching Harvard Westlake Football Team, Hated By Players
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Ashton Kutcher Is Not The World's Most Popular Football Coach

11/8/08 in HS Football   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

Some of you may have heard that Ashton Kutcher decided this year to take some time off from annoying us with crappy movies to get into the world of high school football coaching. And while that's been great for us, it's been less good for the players of Harvard Westlake, where Kutcher is serving as an assistant coach.

Apparently the kids aren't too impressed with the fact that Kutcher is sleeping with someone older than most of their moms, oh, and Kutcher's kind of a jackass as well. I'm shocked, SHOCKED, to hear that.

Coach of the year? Not quite. Ashton Kutcher has been having a ball as assistant coach to North Hollywood's Harvard-Westlake School freshman footballers. But the feeling isn’t mutual.

"The kids want him gone," says an insider. "They think he doesn't know what he's talking about and can't stand his tough-guy attitude."

Can't stand his tough guy attitude? I can't stand him period. About the last thing I'd ever do is take orders from a guy who once appeared in The Guardian.

But there's a special extra bonus as well. The kids have given Kutcher quite the nickname.

Out of the huddle, the kids mock their famous coach and have even given him a special nickname: Ashton Doucher!

Well played kids, well played indeed.

Ashton Kutcher's Coaching Gets Bad Reviews [Star] via [Deadspin]
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11/22/08   |   kimokakes1

He's a great guy and a great coach.  EVERY PLAYER really likes him and respects him.  There are no insiders, just posers. 

11/9/08   |   MattB100

He's probably researching a screenplay. . .


11/9/08   |   huskerdoug2009   |   2796 respect

This "insider" is probablly some parent of a kid that doesn't get any playing time so rather than suck it up and get better he says Kutcher's a bad coach.

11/9/08   |   mikeyintheoc   |   55 respect

"Well played, well played indeed!" 

11/9/08   |   Ryan   |   153 respect

Well, if he really wants to get into coaching, he's actually starting in the right place.

Most novice coaches have to start on the freshman team and then work their way up.

Freshmen suck anyway, so who cares what they think!

I'm not standing up for Doucher, uh....Kutcher.  I'm just saying that the situation doesn't sound too out of sort.  We usually have a lot of "volunteers" helping with freshman football.

11/8/08   |   Jess   |   35135 respect

I don't understand why he's coaching a team anyway.

I'm not on the Ashton hating bandwagon - I actually really like him; I just wish he was still doing Punk'd..and I wish people would get off his back about being with Demi - they're both adults, and she's not some run down nasty 46 year old; on the contrary - she's smokin' hot. Like any of you guys his age (30) would turn THAT opportunity down.

I just think that if he's a jackass and tries to act like a "tough guy", no wonder the kids don't like him - he really has no business there. Does he have coaching experience? Has he gone to school for it? Does he have a lot of experience in the sport? I don't know the answer to these questions but I'm guessing no. What is it with actors thinking they should be doing stuff like this just because they can?

11/8/08   |   snbslugger

After a week of two-a-days in the August heat listening to this 98 pound sack of fly s$#t talk like he's a real coach, I would probably knock him out and send him back to his mom, Demi Moore.

I don't care if I got kicked off the team.  It would be worth it to say I went Terry Tate on Ashton Kutcher.

11/8/08   |   Chief_aka_James   |   3307 respect

Oh Kelso, what zany thing will you think of next...