- Historic matchup of Hispanic head coaches for Vineland-Millville Thanksgiving football
- The matchup between Jose Guzman and Humberto Ayala on Thanksgiving is believed to be the first time in South Jersey history Hispanic head coaches will be on opposite sidelines
- Both coaches, with Puerto Rican heritage, hope to inspire Hispanic men and women to pursue leadership positions in sports and beyond
Hispanic head coaches Jose Guzman and Humberto Ayala will make history when Vineland and Millville face off on Thanksgiving, marking the first time in South Jersey that Hispanic head coaches will lead rival teams. Despite coming from cultures where football wasn’t popular, Guzman and Ayala found a love for the sport and have become role models for their predominantly African American rosters. Their success on the field is breaking down stereotypes and showing that Hispanic men are more than capable of coaching football. This historic matchup is a significant cultural moment for the sport.
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