Even if we scrap this staff, we're looking at another rebuild cycle and another lost recruiting class, and still have gaping holes in LB and OL depth charts, and no evidence that things are fixed at WR or QB. Realistically we're looking at something like 9-10 straight losing seasons now because I think things aren't going to be much better. Our national reputation has been destroyed, and the typical reaction people have when discussing CU football has gone from shock and dismay that things are this bad to open mockery and laughter. This has to be the bottom right...but every time we say that the next year is worse. The only way out that I can see is if the administration makes it a top priority to fix with massive improvements to the support infrastructure and overall leadership and concern for building a successful program, and lets face it, that isn't happening any time soon with the folks in place. Plus there is not much historical evidence that whoever they bring in once these guys finally retire is going to care any more than our current crop of "leaders."