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Games and titles are being won by teams with dynamic by wearendhockey
offenses more and more. The way it's fixed is to have the coach show he's willing to adjust to the way the game is being played in 2023. It is especially true in the Big Ten.
If a player like Logan Cooley liked what he saw from Notre Dame to initially commit to the Irish, I don't imagine he would have bolted if he saw an offense that didn't look less interesting than watching the ice finish freezing after the Zamboni does its job.
It's all Jackson's doing, and he needs to fix it. Or Notre Dame should find someone who will.