http://sports.yahoo.com/news/forde-yard-dash--coaching-carousel-edition-072320394-ncaaf.html WHEN A POWER 5 JOB HAS NO POWER A source told The Dash that it would not be a shock to see “a Power 5 coach taking a better mid-major” job this offseason. Which raised the question: which football programs are operating far enough beneath their membership privilege to make a group-of-five job an actual step up? Colorado (19). This is the Buffaloes’ 10th straight losing season, spanning three different coaches. If they can win at Utah on Saturday (unlikely), they will reach five wins for the first time since 2010. Attendance isn’t quite Kansas-level bad, but Colorado still is playing in front of an average of 11,000 empty seats in 50,475-seat Folsom Field every home game. Mike McIntyre had success at San Jose State before coming to Boulder; wouldn’t be inconceivable of him to want to go back to that level. ******************************** Forde also speculated Kansas, Indiana and Cal as other positions/coaches who may fit the description for the info he got. Considering all the personal stuff that HCMM has gone through this year, is it possible that he may look for a lower-stress / higher quality of life position? Could something be in the works at CU similar to how HCMM allowed Baer to leave for UNLV without being "fired"?