I’d first like to say thanks for letting me join this website. I have been a long time reader of many of you, first time poster. I’m 30 years old and have been a season ticket holder for three years. My father has been a season ticket holder since 1976 and I have not missed one home game since September of 1988. I was in Michigan in 1994 and have been to CU games in Wisconsin, Washington, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas A&M, Texas (twice), Kansas State (twice), Nebraska (twice), as well as the Cotton Bowl ’96 and Fiesta Bowl ’01. I consider myself to be CU through and through. My question: If Bohn leaves and goes to KU, can the University bring Mac in as AD/Head Coach on a year-to-year contract? McCartney is not going anywhere so you don’t need to lock him in. Give him the title of AD and let Berry/Plati act the role with the occasional lunch-in Mac would attend as AD. McCartney would not require a bunch of money. This should free up resources in order to offer two good assistant coaches multi-year contracts worth taking ($). Meaning we can get a really good OC and DC. Which should breed a hotspot for good QB, TE, WR, RB, LB, OL, DL coaches that want to move up to OC’s and DC’s. I think donors would love to see Mac back and would gladly open their pocket books. I believe that if Coach Mac could not turn it around in 5 years he would leave on his own because he respects the program and University. If the Chancellors and the University are going to make a valiant effort to again compete in athletics, no matter who they bring in to replace Hawkins, I would also like to see season ticket donation requirements doubled. I want to compete with the best the same as everyone else, but along with that means paying more money. Are you willing to pay $80.00/Texas, $85.00/Okie State, $76/OSU with an even higher donation for a winning program? Many programs also seat 30,000+ more people than Folsom on a regular basis. I guess it could be called the cost of winning. It is definitely a cost I am willing to pay.