Here's an equation he will soon laying on Lincoln High in Tacoma, Wash.: Take whatever amount you have in your treasury and add about $55,000 or so.
Kitna, who has also served as the Abes' head football coach for the past two seasons, re-signed with the
The Lincoln High graduate told Cowboys radio play-by-play announcer Brad Sham on Wednesday that he plans to donate his entire check from this week's winner-take-all
“I told Jason if he wants me or somebody to come in and call a play and be able to pull a play off if a bad situation happened, I would be willing to do that,” said Kitna, who played for the
"He said he would run scout team for the high school team and give them a really good look like he gave us great looks when he was here," Garrett said Wednesday. "So he's a very active guy. He's a mentally tough guy. ... And he's certainly very young at heart. So it was good to have him back, good to have him back in the meetings, and [I'm] excited to see him practice today."
The Abes have gone 13-7 in two years under Kitna, whose son, Jordan, was the starting quarterback as a sophomore this season.