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Teel Bruner

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Place of birth  London, Kentucky
Positions  Safety
Education  Centre College
Role  American football player
Name  Teel Bruner

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Date of birth  (1964-02-16) February 16, 1964 (age 51)

Jack Casteel "Teel" Bruner (born February 16, 1964) is a former American football Safety. He was elected to the Division III College Football Hall of Fame in 1999. He currently works at St. Mary's Hospital and Clinics in Cottonwood, Idaho as a family practice MD. He was the head coach for Prairie High School's varsity basketball team and is also the defensive coordinator for Prairie High's football team. Coach Bruner has won 2 state titles in the 1A div 1 classification during his basketball coaching tenure.

Bruner has helped lead Prairie to a 2-2 record in the Idaho 1A State Championship Game. In 2014-15, Bruner alongside Head Coach Ryan Hasselstrom and assistant coaches Ron Sigler and Matt Elven lead the Prairie Pirates football team to 23 straight wins, tying a school record previously set in 2008-09 (Both times losing in the State Championship game). In 2014, Prairie won their second State championship over Valley High School in blowout fashion. In 2015, Prairie would return to the State Championship and this time lose to Valley in a heartbreaking blowout.

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