DONALD ANTHONY JR. NAMED OHIO STATE FENCING HEAD COACH

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  1. ktinoue3

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    Holy Cow. How many hats can that man wear? :eek:
     
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    Right? Maybe they are hoping the can bring the NCAA tournaments to Ohio too.
     
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    maybe we can get a staff discount holding NACs on Ohio's campus.
     
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    He certainly is industrious. I'm curious what his pitch to the university was.
     
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    Maybe this means OSU events will hire enough actual referees instead of using bored students on their cell phones? Nah.
     
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    Don,
    If you read this: Congrats!

    Gary Spruill
     
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    He took a page from the other Donald's playbook about how to line his pockets without any consideration of conflict of interest. Not the first time for him. NIce to run the USFA while coaching a major college team. I just hope he hires some people who can really coach.
     
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    I say kudos for Don. Every NAC he's at he comes by and shakes my hand and asks me how my son is progressing. I'm a nobody in this sport, but he still takes his time to speak with me. I have nothing but respect for the man.

    I don't see a conflict in being a college head coach and the President of USFA. Can anyone point me to a section in our bylaws that says otherwise?
     

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