Brett Favre is on the verge of winning another football championship, but this time it’s at the high school level.
Favre has served as the offensive coordinator for the past two seasons at Oak Grove High school in Mississippi, and on Friday the team will take on Tupelo in the Mississippi high school state championship, according to The Associated Press.
When he’s not on the horn with Sean Peyton, Favre is on the sidelines coaching players at the high school where he used to train during his offseasons in the NFL. It seems the indecisive, three-time NFL MVP has found an outlet for his competitive juices, but he said he’s keeping his future employment options open.
“Who knows if I’ll do it next year,” Favre told the AP. “I really don’t know. It’s been a lot of fun. I enjoy it. It’s easy and it’s not too time-consuming.”
While he’s ruled out a return to the NFL, Favre seems perfectly content enjoying his free time coaching. He joked that the only drawback of his team being so successful is that the season extended into December, which is the middle of Mississippi’s deer hunting season.
“It’s cutting into my time in the woods,” Favre said. “But I’m not going to complain too much about that.”