I was asked if it would surprise me to learn that I was in the minority. Below was my response. Maybe I'm wrong. I'd love to hear your impressions. ******************* I didn't express an opinion in that post. But since you're asking for one, I'd say that I think it would depend on what segment of fans you asked. I'm confident that the majority of students and internet community fans do not support 4 or 5. My impression is that the casual fans (bandwagon) that may take in a game every now and then pretty much just see the weekly scores do know that the team is really bad. Based on that, they could go either way. Probably would support a new coach although it wouldn't sit well with most when they look at the cost and think about the rising tuition costs (same opinion on facilities). This crowd is much more likely to mention Dave Logan as a candidate (especially if they're from in-state) than they are to know names like Dave Doeren, Bob Diaco and Mike MacIntyre. I'd put them 50/50 and feel they can be largely ignored because they'll just go with it either way. This group makes up the vast majority of the CU fan base, especially when the CU supporters who don't care much about athletics is added to it. Last, there are the folks who have had season tickets and/or CU involvement for decades and the former coaches / former players along with their loyalists. I think that's the 2nd largest group when added together and I would assume that the majority of this group would favor the 4 or 5 year plan. So, yes, I do think I am in the minority. I also think that the majority position represents the people who look most in-depth at what is going on and has the most educated opinions. Opinions that are also the most free of political considerations. But I don't have any data to support the above. Just my personal impressions. And connecting the dots, this is why I believe that Embree will get at least 4 or 5 years and the vision Mac & Embree have for how to rebuild the CU program will never be cut short unless the financial impact of declining season tickets and donations gets so bad that it forces a change.