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MacIntyre lacks recruiting prowess, still expects success with Buffaloes

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  1. RSSBot

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    Andrew McDonnell, Boulder Sports Examiner

    Colorado never needed a coach who could recruit. They just needed one that could coach.So while there is an obvious allure of a big signing day, college football recruits around the country sign their letters of intent to...
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    Post should read "Click here to view the blog entry".
     
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    Post should read "Click here to waste 2 minutes of your life".
     
  4. Uncle Ken

    Uncle Ken Orr no morr Club Member

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    I think it's totally reasonable to base expectations of TunaMac in the Pac 12 based on the level of athlete he attracted at San Jose State. Ultimately it's exactly the same situation.
     
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    14er “Imitation is suicide.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    I refuse to click on this story. Who is this guy and maybe someone should try the angle of being on the side of CU. Lord knows the opposite is filled at the moment.
     
  6. Uncle Ken

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    The author isn't railing on TunaMac. He's simply suggesting the foundation of his success isn't based on stars, but rather on building a team that can play football.

    If there's a problem with the article, it's the lack of analysis. Okay, that was TunaMac at SJSU, but what does it mean for CU? CU is a unique school, as a bottom-dweller in the Pac 12, but a school that has enjoyed historic success. That analysis never happens.
     

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