Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffsyko, Nov 19, 2013.
actually 4 if you include Brian Cabral ....
certainly a messed up situation
Where I work, we have exit interviews. I would love for those guys to do an exit interview.
A big pat on the back to these guys. Had to have been pretty crazy.
I really appreciate them sticking with it and keeping up the fight. As bad as it has been for fans, worse for them.
Plus 2 conferences.If nothing else they've had about as unique of an experience as possible.
Well truthfully it is hard to say that a number of them "played for" all four.
That's debatable, not many get to play BCS level football, even bad BCS football.
Aren't exit interviews fairly common?, just protocol for the most part.
I agree. Never forget Brian Cabral. The guy who put the players names back on their jerseys. The guy who still bleeds black and gold.
And a current record of 13-37. It has been a grind. Really want these kids to finish on a high note at Utah and hopefully be able to look back and have history show that they finished their careers in the year CU started to ascend.
The ultimate irony was at the end of Embree's first year(or second to last) when we won at Utah and the seniors won their first road game in literally their last opportunity.
Good chance you won't find anyone who cared about this program as much as he did. How many assistant coaches in this day and age, coach long enough at one school where they are eligible to collect a pension plan?
These Seniors have perservered and never could have imagined that their college football experience could take these turns and twists. While the record on the field has not been what they had hoped for, they have learned some significant life lessons that will serve them well in their future careers. Thanks for sticking with the program and I appreciate what they have been thru.
AND the guy who should have been hired as HC instead of Water Bottle!!!
Well put Brad :thumbsup:
If our AD is doing his job, this is happening in all sports.
I would be very disapointed if it was not taking place.
I appreciate them for what they did, but should I really be thanking them for being loyal? Isn't that's what you are supposed to do? Many of them are here on scholarship. Yes, it's easier to be around a winning program than a losing one.
Embree had an exit interview. It was televised and was disastrous.
So did Hawk, so did Barnett. Is CU the only school that consistently allows it's coaches to talk at their exit pressers? (when they aren't leaving on their own terms)
Nice point. Forgot about that. Maybe AllBuffs can be the interviewer?
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