Former Mississippi State football coach Joe Moorhead pulled off a great move to help the police in Starkville.
Moorhead, who was fired after last season with the Bulldogs, sent the police a bunch of pizzas to eat during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
You’re very welcome. Keep up the great work. My family and I are very appreciative of everything you have done and continue to do for the community. Particularly in this time of uncertainty. God Bless ???????? https://t.co/jAtYuhj0EC
— Coach Joe Moorhead (@BallCoachJoeMo) April 8, 2020
This is a 100% pure class move from Moorhead. He doesn’t even work for MSU anymore after getting fired, but he’s still taking care of the police back in Starkville.
If that’s not the definition of a classy move, then I just don’t know what is.
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It’s very understandable if the current head coach in a city wants to take care of the police with some pizzas, but the guy who got fired doing it is on the next level.
It’s really a testament to Moorhead’s character and appreciation for everything the city of Starkville did for him while he was coaching the Bulldogs.
Hopefully, a few more people follow his example and try to do some good during these trying times.