Glen Mason
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"Glen O. Mason" is a former American football player and coach. Mason served as the head football coach at Kent State University from 1986 to 1987, the University of Kansas from 1988 to 1996, and the University of Minnesota from 1997 to 2006, compiling a career college football record of 123–121–1.

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I thought our wide receivers really stepped it up in blocking, ... Because with a lot of the perimeter running that we do, they become point-of-attack blockers, and they really did a good job.

We're proud of the progress we've made. But we don't feel the job is done yet.

Joel and I feel that's going to be a reality sooner rather than later.

The difference between 3-8 and 8-3 is so small that if you blink your eye, you miss it.

He?s an awfully good quarterback that happens to also be an outstanding athlete.

He's a tough kid, ... He's rock solid. I don't want my QB to play scared and play cautious.

That's an easy question, but a tough answer. To go from a loser to a winner, to a consistent winner, it's not all done until you win a conference championship.

I think Laurence's performance last night was really kind of indicative of the way our offense went.

I can't adequately express how happy I am, speaking not only for me, but for my family and coaching staff, that we will be able to continue making progress in our football program. I take great pride in being the head coach at the University of Minnesota.