The University of North Dakota relieved Chris Mussman of his head coaching duties after the football program completed a 3-8 season in which they were outscored 371-262 and gave up 30+ points seven times. In wake of his firing, avid gamer Chris McComas has submitted his résumé to UND athletic director Brian Faison, citing extensive experience coaching Madden teams since the days of Sega Genesis.

McComas includes an outline of his plan for success, which includes an all-Hail Mary offense and a "no punting" policy. Additionally, McComas promises to kick an onside kick after every score.

All the while I played various football games including Madden on Sega Genesis where I completely dominated with the Bills and Thurman Thomas. Seriously, was he a beast on the game or was he a beast because I was a football genius controlling him? I then moved on to a Playstation gaming system and purchased NCAA Football every year and put together several programs that completely dominated the recruiting scene and college football winning several national titles with Marshall University. I took them from a decent Mid-American Conference School on the game to a perennial national power that makes Nick Saban look like a chump. One year my third string quarterback left school early to enter the NFL Draft, he was a first round pick. Boom.

Does he include a PowerPoint presentation? You bet he does.

Check out McComas' full letter and PowerPoint over at the Grand Forks Herald. [h/t Deadspin]