Jason Mensing steps down as Tecumseh’s varsity football coach

Tecumseh High School's Athletic Department has confirmed that the Indians' varsity football coach, Jason Mensing, handed in a letter of resignation from the varsity coaching position on Wednesday, Dec. 1.

Mensing was hired for the varsity coaching position in 2007 and advanced the Indians to the playoffs that season for the first time since 2002, finishing 6-4 overall. Mensing incorporated a "Bigger, Faster, Stronger" program when he was hired but Tecumseh's varsity began to falter the following season with an overall record of 3-6. He led the Indians to 2-7 overall records the last two seasons.

It is unknown who will replace Mensing as the Indians varsity coach at this time. Tecumseh's Athletic Director, Casey Randolph, was unavailable for comment.

The complete story will be reported in next week's Tecumseh Herald.

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