Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by absinthe, Nov 11, 2010.
Great rumor. Ri-DONK-U-lous idea.
this **** is getting 'Ri-DONK-U-lous' for sure
i highly doubt this is true. but even if it is, i don't want an nfl coach. they almost never transition into good college coaches. pete carroll did it and who else? i literally can't think of another one
He does have west coast connections.
I love this coaching search stuff. I'm like a crack addict looking for any bit of info.
I say no thank you as that's what Kubiak did to CU when he first said yes and then turned them down.
I would take Kubes if EB is the OC. That way if Kubes isnt the right fit, EB can just slide right in.
I hope we get him to accept the position, but then revoke the offer at the last minute and go in a different direction.
Hmmmmmmmmm, problem with the NFL guys is that by my count 24 of 32 are currently very much in the picture for a playoff spot. Crazy NFL season so far.
The jury still seems to be out on Kubiak in Houston. He hasn´t been terrible and he hasn´t been good ... he´s always right on the bubble, but has always come up short so far.
ugh. Kubiak interests me not....and the second Mike Sherman leaves/ gets the boot at aTm, Kube will slobbering to leave Boulder for Collie Station....
Is this the same Gary Kubiak who accepted the CU job after Neuheisel then chicken ****ted out at the last second leaving CU scrambling? That Gary Kubiak?
I don't want Kubes anyway, for reasons previously posted, but why would anyone think he'd leave Houston for CU anyway?
why would he leave Houston?
eATMe is having a pretty good year with an ex NFLer
You guys are nuts, Kubes would be great at CU. I can think of a few others that I would prefer but we would be fortunate to get him. Turning us down for an NFL job in your hometown is understandable.
I dont think he likes CU...sent his kids to csu
Kubes would be a great fit for Denver. Has some WC connections, runs a physical grind it out offense, and he's from Texas. What's not to love? I think it makes sense as I think his kid's still up the road at CSU.
I'd take him, but he wouldn't be my first 5 or 6 choices
Sounds about right for me too. For all the experience he has, only 2 years are at the college level, and that bothers me.
**** HIM, he has the personality of a rock.
Kubiak's best reality is a token job as Shanahan's wonderboy. he turned us down once in 98. meh.
I want a coach who can attract and develop QB talent. Kubiak could do that.
But he seems like a stretch. After dealing with pros, he doesn't strike me as the kind of guy who relishes sitting on sofas in the living rooms of high school kids.
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