College football coach suspended after saying he wants to have dinner with Adolf Hitler

A Michigan college has suspended its football team’s offensive coordinator after he said Nazi tyrant Adolf Hitler had “bad intentions” but was a “great leader.”

Grand Valley State University announced that Morris Berger would serve as the Division II football program’s new offensive coordinator on Jan. 20. However, three days after the announcement, Berger sat for an introductory interview with the Grand Valley Lanthorn, GVSU’s student-run newspaper.

Berger covered his experience, his coaching philosophy, and how he has adapted to living in the area, but the reason for his suspension came in the last round of questions concerning which three people from history he would like to have dinner
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