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  • Brewster is finally gone

    Yet Dan Hawkins somehow remains

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    Colorado is going to wait until after the season. They are really hoping he wins out and they won't have to pay buyouts and get new staff deals. They are dirt poor in Boulder.

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      [quote author=CStop link=topic=1607.msg17419#msg17419 date=1287428294]
      Colorado is going to wait until after the season. They are really hoping he wins out and they won't have to pay buyouts and get new staff deals. They are dirt poor in Boulder.
      [/quote]

      You mean the Pac10 didn't cut a check?

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        [quote author=ICThawk link=topic=1607.msg17485#msg17485 date=1287498265]
        [quote author=CStop link=topic=1607.msg17419#msg17419 date=1287428294]
        Colorado is going to wait until after the season. They are really hoping he wins out and they won't have to pay buyouts and get new staff deals. They are dirt poor in Boulder.
        [/quote]

        You mean the Pac10 didn't cut a check?
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        The Big 10 made Nebraska whole, but the Pac 10 made no such offer to Colorado.

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        • #5
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          This reeks of Sub-Prime Mortgage Mentality. Move now, struggle to pay later.

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            [quote author=ICThawk link=topic=1607.msg17490#msg17490 date=1287498663]
            This reeks of Sub-Prime Mortgage Mentality. Move now, struggle to pay later.
            [/quote]

            If you do discounted cash flows on what Nebraska makes in the Big 12 vs. penalties + Big 10, it's pretty close to a wash in the first five years. This presumes that the Big 10 network doesn't grow in payouts (it will), there isn't any risk of a Big 12 collapse (there is) and the CIC is a non factor (it is a huge factor). I'm fairly certain that Colorado is losing money by switching, but it was probably a life raft worth grabbing onto.

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            • #7
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              If we had been offered I would have loved KU to grab that raft... jussayin

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              • #8
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                Looks like Leach would consider the Minnesota job, if offered.

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