New Football Record Holder Asks to Be No. 2 NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Nate Haasis, quarterback for the Spartans of Southeast High in Springfield, Ill., who two weekends ago became his conference's all-time passing champion with a record 5,006 yards. Haasis has since asked that the record be struck from the books, as the play occurred as a result of a deal struck between the team coaches.
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New Football Record Holder Asks to Be No. 2

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New Football Record Holder Asks to Be No. 2

New Football Record Holder Asks to Be No. 2

New Football Record Holder Asks to Be No. 2

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Nate Haasis, quarterback for the Spartans of Southeast High in Springfield, Ill., who two weekends ago became his conference's all-time passing champion with a record 5,006 yards. Haasis has since asked that the record be struck from the books, as the play occurred as a result of a deal struck between the team coaches.