Koetter was 26-10 at BSU. He was 40-34 at ASU and was fired at the end of the 2006 season. We all know about Hawk's gaudy 53-11 record at BSU, but he has seriously struggled at CU with a 13-23 record so far. We can argue all day long about the reason for the poor record, but it is what it is. I like Hawk and I still believe he will get things turned around at CU. But does anyone think there is a reason former BSU coaches haven't succeeded outside of BSU in the past 10 years or so? I'm not saying there is necessarily a reason, but the stark contrast of the success Koetter and Hawk had away from Boise (while BSU continues to thrive in the WAC) has me scratching my head. Clearly good coaches don't turn into bad coaches when they move to a different team. Thoughts?