The first day Todd Hoffner came back as Minnesota State’s head coach, the job he was banished from for two seasons, the team refused to take part in spring practice. If Hoffner took offense, he didn’t reveal it. The unwelcomed and unplanned sabbatical prepared him well for this type of minor setback.
Coach Todd Hoffner is back on the field at Minnesota State after football players ended their brief boycott of spring practice.
The No. 2-ranked Minnesota State Mankato football team travels to No. 7-ranked Minnesota Duluth in a show down this Saturday. The head coach is Aaron Keen, who was named when Tood Hoffner was dismissed prior last season for a case that is ongoing regarding pictures on his cell phone. Keen stepped in, delivered his message, and his Mavericks are responding. The squad is currently 2-0.
Minnesota State University-Mankato officials announced Monday that Aaron Keen, who led the football team to a 13-1 record, has been named the interim head coach for the Mavericks.
It’s been a season of heartbreak and hope, adversity and achievement, stunning in both the worst and best of ways. And it’s not over yet for Minnesota State, Mankato.
Their season is one for the record books. Minnesota State University-Mankato is now 11 and 0. But this success hasn’t been easy.
The head football coach at Minnesota State, Mankato, is in custody on charges related to child pornography.