Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffwings, Sep 7, 2009.
We should start a betting pool on when he'll get fired.
If he loses to Toledo, it needs to be Saturday, so the search can begin and Cabral can start running the ball.
They only use a first name on first reference and didn't even get that right. More proof of how obscure this program is to the rest of the nation.
Another site, where's Hack is #6. Should be moving up in rank me thinks after last night's fiasco.
New update. He's #2 now. Hey at least is ranked on something! Phucker!
from the site: "2. Dan Hawkins, Colorado – There was a lot of talk in the offseason in Boulder, Colorado about how the CU offense was going to come out and run the ball down the throats of their opponents and we here at Coaches Hot Seat are still trying to figure out why the Buffs sent out the freshman girls Ping-Pong team to play Colorado State on Sunday. Oh, that was the Colorado football team that got manhandled and thrown around like a rag doll by the CSU Rams? Hmmmmm, if that was the Colorado football team on Folsom Field in the first half against Colorado State then that is one sorry ass football team. It is time for the people in Boulder to face facts, on too many occasions in Dan Hawkins 3+seasons at CU, the Buffs have been pushed around and beat up and unless Hawkins find some magic elixir in the next couple of days that he can sprinkle over this group of boys masquerading as the Colorado football program, the Buffs may be finished before we even get out the gate in ’09. In his fourth year at Colorado, Dan Hawkins should have the Buffs competing for the Big 12 North, which we here at Coaches Hot Seat predicted to happen before the season began, but if CU keeps this sloppy and uninspired play up and doesn’t get at least to a .500 record, the people running CU athletics will have a decision on their hands to just how long they can wait before they bring in another head football coach to get this thing turned around. Lastly, from our point of view, and we have the most unbiased point of view that Dan Hawkins and the CU staff will ever hear (no dog in this fight), it looks to us that Cody Hawkins is the starting QB at Colorado because his Daddy is the head coach at Colorado. It’s not that we know the capability of the backup QBs at CU, just that we do know that 3 people on the Coaches Hot Seat Flag Football Team could beat Hawkins out and all three of those guys are almost 20 years older than the young QB. Cody Hawkins is way too quick to panic in the pocket, i.e., happy feet, and it looks to us that half of the Coaches Hot Seat Flag Football Team could beat him in a 40-yard dash, and again, we are almost 20 years older than the young QB. Dan Hawkins can Hee-Haw (hey, Dan Hawkins Hee-Hawing!) all he wants about his boy being the best QB on the team, but from where we sit we are starting to get the sneaking suspicion that “Hawk” doesn’t want another QB on the field, because if another QB gets on the field for CU, his boy might not play another game in college. Give that some thought Buff fans, because it looks like there are very troubling times ahead in Boulder, for the Dad, for the Son, and for the CU Girls Ping Pong team if they keep showing up to play instead of the Buffs football players. Maybe actually hitting someone in practice instead of the glorified pillow fights that CU holds would be a good place to start!"
The CoachesHotSeat.com people got it right and they don't have anything for CU.
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