But now Hawkins, Bohn and Bagdad Bob (Neill Woelk) are trying to paint a picture that CU is an awful school for athletics especially football...this is for Bohn and Hawkins to justify their poor results. If CU is a place where it is impossible to succeed then they are not accountable for the poor results. This is a very dangerous approach, if that perception is established it will become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Look at Baylor as an example - once a defeatist perception invades an organization it is difficult to sweep out. The propaganda this week: This week Hawkins states that the program was burned to the ground. Today Hawkins states that CU is like KSU pre Bill Snyder. Yesterday Neill Woelk says that CU is a coach-killer job. As people who are passionate about CU athletics we cannot either accept this or allow these statements to go unchallenged. People challenging Hawkins forced him to take back his burned to the ground comment. I admire CJ for saying that he will never accept the premise that CU cannot be a great football program.