My reason for asking is that many people argue that even if we hired a world-class coach with our next hire we wouldn't be overly successful b/c the lack of commitment by administration to facilities improvements, the lack of student and community support for the FB program. You know what-I call BS on that which is why I am asking this question. I believe if we hired someone like Nick Saban we too would be competing for national championships. A coach like Saban demands perfection, surrounds himself with world class assistants and recruits lights out. Colorado is not that hard to recruit to if we have a winning program. We have tradition, the best mascot in all of sports and an absolutely beautiful campus as well as strong academic programs for those student athletes who care about that. I believe success begets success and we have to look no further than what Boyle has done with hoops. Noone gave a sh*t about our MB until he started winning games. Winning attracts donors, gets the University campus to be more supportive, fills stadiums, etc. That brings in more $ (TV, sales of merchandise, bowl game (or NCAA) revenue, which allows more investment in facilities. Therefore, my thesis is that despite some of our challenges (like a weak administration and higher academic standards), if we hired a world-class coach we would within 3 years be a minimum top 20 team AND competing for Pac 12 and occasionally at least national championships. What's your opinion?