File under: "Oops."
Or, perhaps more accurately: "C'mon, mom!!"
At least, that's probably what two Perry County High School boys are saying after their mom's Facebook statuses have cost their high school three football game wins, Forbes reported.
How is this possible?
The mother's Facebook statuses revealed her entire family did not live inside Perry County, where the two boys attend school, and were therefore ineligible to play on the team.
Bernard Childress, executive director of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association, explained to the Tennessean:
"... She posted on her Facebook page that she sent the kids back to Perry County for the week and that she would not see them again until Friday night,” Childress said. “Then, later on her Facebook page, she posted, ‘How can two boys mess up their room as badly as they do when they’re only here on Saturday and Sunday?’”
Michael Harrison, coach of the Perry County Vikings, removed Rodney and Ryan Belasic after he found out, and released this statement to the publication in an email:
“We are sorry that this investigation happened and that the two players were deemed ineligible. We hope to put this investigation behind us and move forward.”
All things considered, there could have been worse consequences for the Tennessee family. Take Kelley Williams-Bolar, for example, who was arrested for faking addresses to send her kids to better schools. Maybe a few football games isn't so bad?