Mike Singletary might be the only in the history of football that found coaching against NFL teams easier than high school teams.
Singletary coached the San Francisco 49ers from 2008-10, taking over for fired Mike Nolan in 2008. The 49ers went 18-22 in his tenure in San Francisco.
The former 49ers head man stepped down as the head football coach of Trinity Christian Academy-Addison on Thursday. Singletary coached the 2018 and 2019 campaigns with the program, going a combined 1-21 in the two seasons. The school went winless in 2019.