Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by stl/dog, Dec 7, 2012.
and I know.....it is hard to hire a HC w/o and AD.
Baylor AD Ian McCaw
Terry don Phillips
chris Del Conte
There are many different places we could look for a new AD. Look at Larry Scott.
He has done a great job at Baylor.
Who was the guy that helped put UConn and Kansas football on the map? I know he was expensive.
Buddy Garrity, but only if he brings Eric Taylor with him....
I would let Larry Scott decide.
**** both of you, and bailer, too.
College sports is becoming such a big money enterprise that I'm thinking that you need more of a CEO type these days.
You need someone who directs compliance.
You need someone who directs fundraising.
You need someone who directs facilities & events planning.
You need someone who directs marketing & ticket office.
You need someone who directs admissions & academic support for athletes.
You need someone who directs recruiting and operational support for coaches.
And there's more.
Then, you need an AD who can manage all of those people. If you have good people in all the other positions (Associate AD & directors with the specific areas of responsibility), then you can hire someone who doesn't necessarily have an athletic department background but is more of a CEO type.
CU isn't there yet. We're still in the process of building that infrastructure. Once it's built, then I'm ready to talk about who should lead the AD if Bohn falls short of the current vision. Until then, I don't think we could attract the right person anyway.
My vote is for mike bohn which us good since he isnt going anywhere any time soon
Rihanna or Kim Kardashian
You are making my point.
Baylor ? Really ? ****in cheaters.
That's actually pretty funny. I think of Buffnik as Theo Epstein. I have no idea how old 'Nik is or what he looks like, but I like his style (Red Sox fan here).
With that said, Tom Jurich, based on personal experience. He can do everything 'Nik suggests and has done more at Louisville than any AD should have.
Ceal Barry? Do we want to hire from within?
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