Brevard named Colts/NFL Coach of the Week

September 17, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS  - North Side football coach Mike Brevard has been named the Colts/NFL Coach of the Week.

Brevard was nominated after leading the Legends to a thrilling 52-49 over Bishop Luers on Friday night. The victory was North Side’s first in 21 games, and the first over the Knights since 2013.

“I’m an avid learner, my coaches are avid learners, the students are avid learners,” Brevard, halfway through his second season, tells ParkviewSportsMedicine.com.

CONGRATS TO HEAD COACH MIKE BREVARD of Fort Wayne North Side High School, our Colts/NFL Coach of the Week. Brevard was selected after snapping the Legends’ 20-game losing streak with a victory over Class 3A No. 4 Fort Wayne Bishop Luers, 52-49. Congrats, Mike, keep it going!!

— Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) September 17, 2018
 
 
As part of offensive shootout, North Side quarterback rushed for 328 yards (a school record) and 5 touchdowns, and added another 133 yards and 1 touchdown through the air.

By winning the Coach of the Week award, Brevard will receive a $1,000 donation from the NFL Foundation. The North Side athletic department will also receive a $1,000 contribution.

The Colts/NFL Coach of the Week award honors a team’s performance in addition to a coach’s impact on his team, school  and community. The winning coach is chosen by a panel of Indiana media members, former athletic directors and other football representatives.

Brevard came to North Side after serving as defensive coordinator at Wayne. An Indianapolis native, he played high school football at Ben Davis and college football at the University of Saint Francis.

After doing some digging this weekend, Alex Holliday-Robinson’s @Holliday_3228 328 rushing yards against Luers is a school record! #TheFoundat18n pic.twitter.com/Ec1sro0Tuv

— North Side Football (@FW_NorthSideFB) September 17, 2018

The Colts/NFL Coach of the Week award honors a team’s performance in addition to a coach’s impact on his team, school and community. The winning coach is chosen by a panel of Indiana media members, former athletic directors and other football representatives. Brevard came to North Side after serving as defensive coordinator at Wayne. An Indianapolis native, he played high school football at Ben Davis and college football at the University of Saint Francis.

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