I am amazed that some posters think that Fundraising is not part of the AD's job (maybe it was sarcasm that I did not pick up on) - well fundraising was a major portion of Bonh's job. Bohn was never comfortable with the Corporate backroom schmoozing, he liked getting out and shaking hands but was not good at the detail work that it took to land the big fish. In one of his first job evaluations at CU one of the knocks on him was his inability to bring in big donations (this was brought up at a BOR meeting when they were approving his bonus). It was something that haunted him throughout his tenure at CU. The AD is $22 Million in the hole and that is not a good place to be and the amount would be a lot worse if the CU foundation had not made a $6 Million donation to the AD the last two years. If you want to add sports then the AD is going to have to be self sufficient and that is going to occur through fundraising. And Fund raising is not going to get off the ground without a strong football program. Bohn moving on is a good thing because we were not going very far with him. CU needs to bring in someone who will actually lead the AD and lay out a plan and a vision to start getting people to buy into - this has been sorely lacking. CU Athletics are at a crossroad, IMO, everyone wants to preach patience but that does not work. CU Football needs to be fixed and CU athletics has to be fixed.