Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by 77buff, Nov 12, 2009.
and he shouldnt
(And I'm still not convinced that Captain Hawk's ship is going to sink.)
Capt Hawk's ship has already sank...15-30 should be a pretty clear indication of that.
As far as Bohn goes, he's stuck between a rock and a hard place. He's not dumb, he knows the W/L record of the last 4 years and that Hawk's time here is up, but with the major issues in state funding cuts, it would be a PR nightmare to drop millions to remove an ineffective coach, even if private money is used, while other programs and schools are cutting essential aspects.
Nonetheless, I think Bohn stays after Hawk is gone - and he goes on to find a coach who can live up to his medicore expectations. such a bright future we've got
Hawk will be here next season, at least, and Bohn will be here long after that.
I saw this quote in the paper this morning: "Calipari’s arrival has not tempered enthusiasm or squelched expectations across Kentucky, from Paducah to Pikeville. Quite the contrary. “We’ve got seven,” the university’s president, Lee T. Todd Jr., said. “We want more."
Now, try to imagine for a second CU's president or chancellor saying something similar. Can't quite picture it, can you.
their alumni and boosters/fans demand and pay for those results...ours dont do chit
Bohn's hands are tied and thus his job is secure. Not sure he'd make a change if he could, but he can't so this thread is dead.
This thread is not dead, I will continue it.
Bohn isn't going anywhere if the President/Chancellor have half a brain between them.
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