I just about choked when I heard the call on the radio "Cody's pass falls short of Ebner". Why in the h*** are either one of them in the game. We can't even get a play called in time much less execute a simple offense. Had we scored (instead of old "knows the offense Cody" throwing another interception in the endzone) we still wouldn't have had a chance since we had already burned two TO's just trying to get plays in and set up. Instead of an outpouring of rage and anger what I sense is sadder, a sense of innevitability, of acceptance, knowing that Bohn isn't going to change the coach and the coach isn't going to change his losing ways. I credit Hawkins with some good things. With the exception of a couple of positions we clearly have better young talent here than we have had since the early years of Slick Rick. We have a team that seems to have turned the corner in terms of public perception, doing well in the classroom and building a more positive public image staying out of the papers for negative stuff. Unfortunately to paraphrase Hawk himself "THIS IS BIG XII FOOTBALL." Not being able to call and run plays on time four years into the system is inexcusable, not being able be at least competitive on special teams is not acceptable for a coach in Hawk's position. Losing to teams like CSU at home, Toledo, Montana State, almost getting beat by Eastern Washington are not excusable even if you do get one or two big wins most years. Playing a QB who has proven that he is not a Big XII starting quality player because he is your kid and playing his friends even though they are the same is not in any way explainable at this level. Unless Bohn grows up and and is willing to realize that this is a train that is heading for the edge of the cliff and gaining speed, and is willing to take action we may find this program in a hole that it will take years to climb out of. The fact that the most ardent fans have already given up on caring enough to get mad shows that we are almost there. End of rant, had to get it out.