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(KSL News) -- The football coach at Granger High School is under investigation.
Richard Grosh is accused of roughing up some students after he caught them egging his house.
Police say 10 students went to Grosh's house after a school dance Saturday night. During the prank, they broke one of his windows.
Grosh recognized some of the students as members of his football team, and confronted them at school.
Randy Ripplinger/Granite School District: "The coach when he came to school on Monday may have been aggressive with some of the students."
Capt. Steve Sandquist/West Valley Police Dept. : "Eventually it gets a little bit heated. He pins one of the students against a wall and that's kind of where we're at."
Grosh is still teaching, pending the outcome of the investigation.