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Hoffner seeks another NSIC opportunity

January 28, 2014

The last time Todd Hoffner visited the campus of Minot State, he sacked then-MSU quarterback Paul Rudolph. Two decades later, in 2007, Rudolph began his seven-year stint as the Beavers’ head coach....

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Jan-28-14 7:05 PM

I agree with football regarding "the orange jumpsuit" There are a lot of shallow minds out there who will not see past that. However, I believe if he is the right man for the job then give it to him. As he said in his press conference, he is not a quitter and has a lot to prove. Sounds hungry for success to me. I will hold judgement until we hear the last candidates press conference.

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Jan-28-14 1:21 PM

I've followed Hoffner's life closely since his and his family's tragic treatment began.

His is one of the great injustices by the legal system and Mankato State that I've ever seen.

The fact that he is still standing and has the positive attitude he demonstrated in his press conference, speaks highly of his character. I am sure he has evolved greatly as a human being from his awful experiences for we either "grow or die" and he clearly is alive and well--spiritually as well as physically.

His talents as a coach speak for themselves. He's a winner.

I hope Minot State has the character to give him the opportunity he so deserves. I don't think they will be disappointed if they do.

Best wishes Coach Hoffner.

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Jan-28-14 11:52 AM

Where did he when games? Oh,that's right Mankato - the place where they went deep into the playoffs without him and the school in the league that has the most resources (in addition to St. Cloud and UMD) What do you see when you google Hoffner? An orange jump suit? Not sure that is the image you want. That will be an obstacle in recruiting. Right or wrong,that is reality.

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Jan-28-14 9:22 AM

I know it might be a risk, but I like this guy for the job. He's recruited and won games in this league. He was the best coach in the league before the garbage came out. From what I have heard and read about him his teams are tough, hard nosed, and disciplined. That's something that has been lacking.

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