Ive only been a serious CU fan for the 3 years that ive been attending the university but over that time Ive seen my share of memorable meltdowns and embarrassing defeats (yesterday was one of the worst). But ive also seen some pretty cool victories by this football team (Georgia in 2010), and i know what this fan base and football team is capable of. That being said I believe Embree needs more time. Ive been satisfied so far with his ability to recruit (especially in Texas and Cali), and the players he is bringing in seem to have an edge about them that should develop nicely in the years to come. We all know that Embree has the heart to get this program back to the right place even though his heart isnt translating to wins right now. Put yourself in Embree's shoes. He is dealing with a program that needs to be rebuilt from the ground up. It takes time and i think ive come to realize that. I know that for some of the fans on this board that are much wiser and more loyal than myself, time is of the essence. You want to be respectable now. That makes sense. But good things take time. Go ahead and bash if you want. I want to win now but i think after the Sac St loss my expectations have fallen back down to earth. Its going to be a long season. But these guys need all the support they can get. No true buff fan should be booing their home team. No true buff fan should be talking about killing themselves because of one loss. There is still a lot of football to be played this season and talent to develop. Negativity only breads doubt, not success. What is hiring a new coach in the middle of an already ruined season going to do to the team dynamic? We have a greater chance of losing freshman players who committed to play for Embree and EB if they're fired. The team is going to lose and have to rebuild any semblance of family/identity that they might have developed this far into the season. Help these guys out. Dont contribute to their downfall. If nothing changes by the beginning of next season then Embree needs to go. But lets be realistic with what we are working with.