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    Colorado's Coaching Search

    This is the first I have read it...but I think this writer has to be delusional! Colorado doesn't really think it can get Les Miles does it? I know he his not loved at LSU but no way would he leave LSU for CU...would he? Quoted from the article:

    Calhoun, sources said, wouldn't enter discussions with Colorado. Air Force spokesman Troy Garnhart said, "I talked to Coach and he said he would not address it in any way."
    The loss of Calhoun is a huge blow to Colorado. He was believed to be its No. 1 target if it can't lure Les Miles away from Louisiana State.

    Bieniemy emerges as strong CU coaching candidate - The Denver Post



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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    CU has some major identity issues. Their reach far exceeds their grasp. This isn't a premier program anymore and they don't the financial resources to lure a top coach from another university.

    If Les Miles leaves LSU, it will be because he is fired, not because he wants the CU gig. CU can't afford to out bid LSU. Period.

    There is another name that is rumored to be interested in the CU job...Houston Nutt. I guess he doesn't get along real well with the AD at Ole Miss and isn't happy with the facilities down there either.



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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    Quote Originally Posted by Cybone View Post
    CU has some major identity issues. Their reach far exceeds their grasp. This isn't a premier program anymore and they don't the financial resources to lure a top coach from another university.

    If Les Miles leaves LSU, it will be because he is fired, not because he wants the CU gig. CU can't afford to out bid LSU. Period.

    There is another name that is rumored to be interested in the CU job...Houston Nutt. I guess he doesn't get along real well with the AD at Ole Miss and isn't happy with the facilities down there either.

    Thank God Cu is going to the Pac-whatever. I couldn't stand Nutt as a Razorback so I definitely don't want to put up with him in this league.


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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    Quote Originally Posted by Cybone View Post
    CU has some major identity issues. Their reach far exceeds their grasp. This isn't a premier program anymore and they don't the financial resources to lure a top coach from another university.

    If Les Miles leaves LSU, it will be because he is fired, not because he wants the CU gig. CU can't afford to out bid LSU. Period.

    There is another name that is rumored to be interested in the CU job...Houston Nutt. I guess he doesn't get along real well with the AD at Ole Miss and isn't happy with the facilities down there either.
    Houston Nutt puts his name out there for about every single D-1 job that comes open. I think Colorado ends up going for Bienemy. He's young, cheap and he'll bring some energy back to the program.



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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    CU's interim head coach was 2-1. Not too shabby...



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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    Quote Originally Posted by CyJack13 View Post
    Houston Nutt puts his name out there for about every single D-1 job that comes open. I think Colorado ends up going for Bienemy. He's young, cheap and he'll bring some energy back to the program.
    I'm probably wrong, but I think Bienemy would be a bad choice. For them to get serious with their football program, they need to find a proven head coach, IMO.



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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    How about Gruden? wait, he has been taken. Bobby Bowden? No, he is too old. Dan? No, he went Texas. Who is left? Dave McCartney?


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    Re: Colorado's Coaching Search

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
    How about Gruden? wait, he has been taken. Bobby Bowden? No, he is too old. Dan? No, he went Texas. Who is left? Dave McCartney?
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