Bobby Hauck was very successful at Montana (7 straight conf titles, 3 national title appearances) and I thought that was a good hire. He was on my radar to replace Hawkins when we hired Embree. His first few years were not good and I believe he was on the hot seat early this season, his fourth, with 3 straight 2 win seasons under his belt. I tend to believe that this guy knows his football and he had to completely and totally build it. This is a good example of what a "foundational build" looks like. When I look at quick turnarounds, they are almost always led by an offensive system that is tough to stop (the zone read for example made careers for guys like Urban Meyer, Sumlin, Briles....). And that's a great way to go as well. Certainly quicker and damn exciting as well. If I'm the AD and looking for a coach, it would be tempting to look for a quick turnaround by hiring an Offensive Genius for sure. But if you can be patient, a guy like Hauck, or Craig Bohl at NDSU are going to fix the program in a pretty sustainable way. My hopes are that starting today, we see a lot more flash on offense here in Boulder. While I think HCMM is one of those solid foundational guys, we could use some flashes to create some excitement and hope. 3 straight 2 win seasons would be devastating.