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Meet Me at the Crossroads: Where to Go After Mike Bohn

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  1. RSSBot

    RSSBot News Junkie

    Jul 8, 2005
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    By Phil Fraser

    In what was possibly the most perfect CU moment in recent history, Mike Bohn was let go by the university as the athletic director. What made it so perfect is that on it's face it appears to be poorly thought out, ill timed, and unexplained. If Bohn was on thin ice, then he should've been shown the door at the same time Embree was. Instead, he was allowed to fire a coach, hire a new...

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  2. cubuffs85

    cubuffs85 Active Member

    Nov 28, 2012
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    Can we stop with this "unexplained" bs. Everyone should know why he was fired even if it wasn't fully "explained." It doesn't take a Woodward or Bernstein to figure this out. The timing of it might be surprising, but this shouldn't come as a complete shock. And as I said, the higher-ups probably didn't see the fallout from the football program that ensued when they initially gave him a vote of confidence(press conference nightmare, botched head coach search, and determining that MB wasn't the right person to raise the necessary funds).

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