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Northwestern football fired its head coach Pat Fitzgerald this summer amid an ongoing hazing scandal. His coaching and support staff remained in place and on Wednesday, Inside NU's Bradley Locker tweeted a pic of offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian wearing a shirt reading "Cats Against the World" with the No. 51 on it, Fitzgerald's old digits. Guys, read the room...
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udtiger11 months
Lololololololol
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tilthatday11 months
The hazing was done by players to players. No coach hazed anyone and no one complained to the coaches at the time. You can't stop what you don't know about.
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thejuiceisloose11 months
Pretty ballsy to wear that on a team that bad
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SwampyWaters11 months
NW has a lot bigger problems to worry about than what's on the coaches front shirts! The former coach was a legend at the school and apparently still very much supported!
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Bjorn Cyborg11 months
That dude knows he's fired after the season. He doesn't give a frick.
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PeleofAnalytics11 months
So Larry. The room seems to say most of the people who are actually part of the football program support Fitzgerald. A handful of players and some ultra liberal administration members at Northwestern don't.
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JustinT3711 months
The guy lost his job for getting his team to shave all the Hispanic players head on Cinco de Mayo.
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Drizzt11 months
These guys have my respect. Fitz was screwed by his university to placate the wokesters. Northwestern will never be relevant again.
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cypresstiger11 months
never
—that’s a long time. They were irrelevant for decades. Nobody predicted their resurgence, or return to normal
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