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Tenorio reveals more about embattled Broad Run running back T.J. Peeler


In this look inside The Writer's Lounge, Washington Post reporter B.J. Koubaroulis interviews fellow Post reporter Paul Tenorio about Broad Run running back T.J. Peeler's controversial suspension.

T.J. Peeler's suspension raised a lot of issues and brought the spotlight from the NFL -- which many are calling the "No Fun League" for it's crackdown on end zone celebrations -- to the high school level.

Peeler, a 6-foot Pittsburgh recruit who was leading the area in rushing at the time, was ejected from the Spartans' victory over Potomac Falls after he drew two flags for celebrating.

The ejection was also going to force Peeler to the bench for a mandatory one-game suspension in the Spartans' upcoming playoff game, however, the ruling was overturned.

Washington Post staff writer Paul Tenorio spent a lot of time reporting the entire saga as it unfolded and he joined fellow Post reporter B.J. Koubaroulis in studio this week to discuss the details of the story.

The Writer's Lounge is a segment on The Fairfax Sports Report -- a weekly television show that broadcasts on Cox, Comcast and Verizon FIOS and features some of the area's top preps reporters, including B.J. Koubaroulis of The Washington Post, Paul Frommelt of The Fairfax Times, Phil Murphy of DigitalSports.com and host and producer Monika Moore. The show airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m., Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Friday's at 2 a.m. on Channel 10.

By B.J. Koubaroulis  |  November 12, 2009; 5:40 PM ET
Categories:  AA Dulles , AA Northwestern District , AAA Concorde District , AAA Liberty District , AAA National District , AAA Patriot District  
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