needs to end with his resignation firing or whatever "little thing" the adminstration needs to come up with. Oh wait that "little thing" is a crap load of money, here's to hoping we can find the dough. First of all, 2005-06 program situation doesn't matter anymore. 2009-10 is all we can worry about. Our current recruiting looks like, at best, it will be in the bottom half of the Big XII; and, at worst, will leave us with huge holes at key positions for several years. I have lost my patience for his coaching mistakes and his Zen football crap concepts. You know what Hawkins the fact that you can't TEACH fundamental football or that you can't TEACH our best players how to practice is YOUR fault. So... We need a new coach in 2010. They might still struggle a little since we don't have an established QB, but they should be able to coach up the talent that we have. So what, maybe Hawkins would leave the next coach a better situation than he got left with, I don't have the patience to see him piss away another year with bad game management and preparation. We need a coach that can recruit Texas and California. We need a fresh aggressive style coach that can present a defense to stop the top offenses in the Big XII. We need a guy that doesn't think he is the next Confucius, but rather let's his players do the talking because he taught them how to play the game. It wouldn't hurt to have some connections to the Bill McCartney era. But we need fresh life that would make a bigger splash in recruiting and support but stay true to fundamental football. In short... We need Ken Norton, Jr. as our next Head Football Coach. hire Karl Dorrell as Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator. Retain Brian Cabral or promote him to D.C. Retain Darian Hagan as RB coach. I'm done talking about any other options, that crew would get us back to where we need to be and BY FAR have done the most in their recent careers to prove to potential recruits that they will make them better.