Charles Bertoli didn’t break his collarbone last year by doing anything like the snowboard-over-fire stunt he performed this winter — associate head coach Kent Riddle asked. But it did enhance Bertoli’s legend of daring to do crazy things on a board. “As long as those guys are safe, by all means I hope they’re having fun,” Riddle said. “We ask a lot of those guys in terms of responsibility and upholding the program.”
Charles Bertoli didn’t break his collarbone last year by doing anything like the snowboard-over-fire stunt he performed this winter — associate head coach Kent Riddle asked. But it did enhance Bertoli’s legend of daring to do crazy things on a board. “As long as those guys are safe, by all means I hope they’re having fun,” Riddle said. “We ask a lot of those guys in terms of responsibility and upholding the program.” Provided by Charles Bertoli
Charles Bertoli didn’t break his collarbone last year by doing anything like the snowboard-over-fire stunt he performed this winter — associate head coach Kent Riddle asked. But it did enhance Bertoli’s legend of daring to do crazy things on a board. “As long as those guys are safe, by all means I hope they’re having fun,” Riddle said. “We ask a lot of those guys in terms of responsibility and upholding the program.” Provided by Charles Bertoli
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