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Gagliardi's Johnnies are struggling

John Gagliardi turns 85 years old on November 1st and he's still a living legend at St. John's. But this year is different. The Johnnies have already lost three games, the most recent being a 63-7 loss to rival St. Thomas. But in no way is it time for Gagliardi to go.
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John Gagliardi turns 85 years old on November 1st and he's still a living legend at St. John's. But this year is different. The Johnnies have already lost three games, the most recent being a 63-7 loss to rival St. Thomas. But in no way is it time for Gagliardi to go.

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