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OPINION

Teen Runner Disqualified From State Meet -- Was it the Bible Verse?

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Was a high school cross country runner disqualified from a state championship meet because there was a Bible verse embroidered on his headband?

Georgia Congressman Douglas Collins seems to think so.

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“Religious expression being squashed right here in the Ninth District,” the Republican lawmaker tweeted. “This is outrageous.”

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Collins was referring an incident that occurred on Nov. 7th at the Georgia 5-A cross country state championship.

Third place winner John Green was stripped of his victory just moments after crossing the finish line.

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