Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Big Red Cop, Feb 10, 2011.
No, thank you! Just want to know what CU fans opinion of him were. As like I said, it appears he is going to be coaching at NU now. Bo seems to really like him.
That's because Buffs are likable. We're people people. **** you.
Linebacker on our National Championship team who also coached here for a bit. Great to see a Buff getting an opportunity to try to class up that place.
Sounds to me like he's just using this as a stepping stone. He'll get some BCS experience there and then go on to his dream job, CU :thumbsup:
Congrats to Rich.
Big Red cop: there's the door. :leave:
Former CU coach Bill McCartney remembers a hard-nosed kid with all the
attributes of a great coach:
“Solid. Whole-hearted. Genuine. Talented. Likeable. Team guy. Highly
motivated. Disciplined. Organized. Humble. What else you want?
“That'll put (Nebraska) over the top. They've always needed a Buff.”
Great guy. Awesome teammate and team guy. You guys will love him and he'll fit Pellini perfect. Good for Fish!!!!
I watched a video piece on him about how he has turned Rivers Highschool's football team around. He looks like a hell of a motivator, and great coach. He could quickly become a fan favorite.
I agree. Looks to be a great hire. He has the same mettle Pelini has.
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Look, the guy has to work his way up; we all understand that. But that's no reason to insult him--he's just trying to do a job.
Good luck to coach Fisher. Might be a nice stepping-stone to an OC gig down the road, somewhere.
No insult from me ment. Through the years there have been a few quality individuals with Colorado connections who made names for themselves Coaching at Nebraska. Milt Tenopir and Charlie McBride are two great examples that come to mind.
As I said. Thanks CU!
You are welcome for Watson
Not sure what your are gettinga at?
Sounds to me like TG doesn't have a date for Valentines Day and is asking you out.
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