Authorities say they have found no evidence of child pornography in a search of materials taken from the home of the Minnesota State, Mankato football coach.
Blue Earth County Sheriff's Capt. Rich Murry says the search of computers from coach Todd Hoffner's home found "no additional items that would be considered child pornography."
Hoffner faces child pornography charges stemming from videos of his children found on his cell phone.
Hoffner's wife and attorney have insisted that the videos were innocent images of his children being silly. His attorney didn't immediately return a phone call.
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