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    Long overdue, legendary CU football Coach Bill McCartney has been selected as part of the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame class.
    Known nationally for bringing Colorado Football to the forefront of the sport in the late 80s and early 90s, Coach McCartney spent 13 years turning what was a flailing program into a national power. More than just the 1990 national championship, Coach Mac is responsible for the modern definition of football on the Front Range.
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    Coach Mac celebrating the 20th anniversary of the 1990 title. From: CUBuffs.com
    As CU SID David Plati points out, McCartney never shied away from the competition, and succeeded against the best the nation had to offer.
    Mac: 93-55-5 at CU, 84 of those wins against "BCS" schools; five of the other nine against rival CSU; win total not padded with pansies.
    — David Plati (@davidplati) May 7, 2013
    His example, both on and off the field, casts a long shadow, with an influence that still impacts the program to this day. No matter what you think of his belief structure, or his more recent escapades with the program, Coach Mac is an essential part of the Colorado story, and a man deserving of recognition.

    McCartney becomes the 7th Buff enshrined, and the third in the last four years (Alfred Williams and John Wooten).

    Congratulations to the original Coach Mac![​IMG]

    Long overdue, legendary CU football Coach Bill McCartney has been selected as part of the 2013 College Football Hall of Fame class.
    Known nationally for bringing Colorado Football to the forefront of the sport in the late 80s and early 90s, Coach McCartney spent 13 years turning what was a flailing program into a national power. More than just the 1990 national championship, Coach Mac is responsible for the modern definition of football on the Front Range.
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    Coach Mac celebrating the 20th anniversary of the 1990 title. From: CUBuffs.com
    As CU SID David Plati points out, McCartney never shied away from the competition, and succeeded against the best the nation had to offer.
    Mac: 93-55-5 at CU, 84 of those wins against "BCS" schools; five of the other nine against rival CSU; win total not padded with pansies.
    — David Plati (@davidplati) May 7, 2013
    His example, both on and off the field, casts a long shadow, with an influence that still impacts the program to this day. No matter what you think of his belief structure, or his more recent escapades with the program, Coach Mac is an essential part of the Colorado story, and a man deserving of recognition.

    McCartney becomes the 7th Buff enshrined, and the third in the last four years (Alfred Williams and John Wooten).

    Congratulations to the original Coach Mac![​IMG]

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