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Professor Richard Garnett, Professor at the University of Notre Dame Law School, joined WGN Radio’s Karen Conti to address the Supreme Court case regarding high school football coach Joseph Kennedy, in Washington, being fired for kneeling at the 50 yard line after every game and saying a prayer. Professor Garnett assessed whether this actually violated the separation of church and state and whether or not he should have been fired.