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Decals to Honor Slain Iowa Football Coach

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PARKERSBURG (AP) - An Iowa high school football coach who was shot to death this summer is to be honored with a special helmet decal this season.

The Iowa Football Coaches Association and the Iowa High School Athletic Association announced the decals would be available on Monday, the same day as the first practice for football players at Aplington-Parkersburg High School.

Coach Ed Thomas was slain in June in the weight room at Aplington-Parkersburg High School, where he coached for 34 years in the rural community of 1,800 residents 80 miles northeast of Des Moines.

The new helmet decal will read "FFF" for faith, family and football.

Former player, 24-year-old Mark Becker, has been charged with first-degree murder in the coach's death.

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