HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) -- While Brett Favre isn't sure what he'll be doing next year, he does know what he'll be doing on Friday: Trying to win a Mississippi high school state championship.
The three-time NFL Most Valuable Player is the offensive coordinator for Oak Grove High School near his home in Hattiesburg. Oak Grove will try to capture its first state championship when it faces Tupelo in Jackson, Miss.
Favre said his two-year stint coaching in high school has been "a lot of fun," but doesn't know if he'll be back next season.
The 44-year-old Favre grew up about an hour away in Kiln, Miss., and played his college football just eight miles down the road at Southern Mississippi. Favre insists he's content, but that hasn't stopped questions about his future.
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