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Man Applies For UND HC Job Because He’s Good At Madden

by Greg Smith | Posted on Thursday, December 12th, 2013
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Christopher McComas believes  that his years of dominating on Madden and the now departed NCAA Football series (RIP) will lead him to great success as the new head coach at the University of North Dakota. It appears he saw on Twitter that they were looking for a coach an decided to write a letter to Athletic Director Brian Faison along with a 9-slide PowerPoint:

My football philosophy is basically an attacking one. We’re going to give AIR RAID a whole new definition. Theoretically how many times do you think a team can pass in a game? Challenge accepted. We’re going 5 wide, chucking the pigskin all over the place. Never punt. Onside every time. Chip Kelly will be calling me to learn my offense. We will put on an exciting brand of football, we will pack them into the Alerus Center night in and night out, go ahead and blow the roof off the place and add about 35,000 seats to that place.

Here is a taste of his PowerPoint:


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I actually always wondered what would happen if a team let someone like this get hold of their team for a while. Maybe not the whole season because they would probably quit but just a practice or two. Just enough time to show them that play calling is much harder than hitting the “ask Madden” button.

Maybe he can just get an interview.

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  1. Michael says:

    Well I dominated Flight Simulator WW2 Theater but that isn’t gonna get me a job as a WW2 pilot.

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