But bear with me. Embree and other football guys close to the program feel really good about the young talent on the team. Those freshmen and sophomores will be sophomores and juniors next year. Some exciting talent from the 2012 class greyshirted and will be joining in the spring along with a fully healthy Paul Richardson. Might a coach look at this job and think that 2013 is positioned to be much improved and have confidence that he can both finish the 2013 recruiting class strongly while also pulling in a great 2014 class on the back of new coach excitement, a facilities announcement, and improved W/L results? I'm thinking that CU may be positioned similarly to how OU was when Stoops took that job. Not "poised for a national title", but "poised for a similar degree of fast improvement" that could launch long-term success. Thoughts?