Minnesota State Head Football Coach Todd Hoffner Reportedly Booked For "Using Minors In A Sexual Performance"

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The possible charges for Minnesota State head football coach Todd Hoffner continue to grow as the Mankato Free Press is now reporting he's been booked on requested charges of using minors in a sexual performance.

That's in addition to the child porn possession charge that we covered yesterday. Authorities took Hoffner into custody yesterday morning and took evidence and his car away from his home during the investigation. Hoffner's been on administrative leave after university officials escorted him off the practice field on Friday. The Mavericks head coach was named Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference coach of the year in 2009 and is coming off a Mineral Bowl victory last season.


The Free Press also reported Hoffner has been the subject of two internal complaints at the university, one of which is currently pending.