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Darrin Chiaverini relieved of his duties as Offensive Coordinator

SpacemanSpiff

Be curious, not judgmental
Club Member
Howell certainly plays soft ball. Beat writers are usually more kind to the teams they write about. Howell isn’t in line to win a Pulitzer. He seems like an ok guy to me. I’d have a beer with him. He ain’t CU football’s problem.
Agreed. Oh, by the way, if anyone wants to see what sports writers at other schools are asking, I give you the question asked of Sark after Texas lost AT HOME to an absolutely dismal Kansas team. Enjoy.
 

patebuff

Club Member
Club Member
Are you the resident judge of what's 'relevant' and what's not on here or something? Good lord man I was responding to SOMEONE ELSES post, if you haven't noticed.
Not sure why the big boner about my post's 'relevance' but the fact that there are no reporters or writers that light up these misfit coaches and ask the needed tough insightful questions is, in fact, RELEVANT to why this program consistently blows ass.

If you think my line of questioning is 'irrelevant' take it to Law and Order.
I am the resident judge and don't forget it!
 

leftybuff

Unreconstructed Luddite
Club Member
I actually think that is a great tweet. I applaud mentoring and helping younger men become successful. I am glad life lessons are going to be taught. Sadly, I am not paying premium ticket prices for those, admittedly noble, pursuits. I pay for tickets to see my team be competitive, and win enough to be interesting. If you do both, great. If you can only do the former, I applaud you, but I have other things to do.
 

The Alabaster Yak

Club Member
Club Member
I actually think that is a great tweet. I applaud mentoring and helping younger men become successful. I am glad life lessons are going to be taught. Sadly, I am not paying premium ticket prices for those, admittedly noble, pursuits. I pay for tickets to see my team be competitive, and win enough to be interesting. If you do both, great. If you can only do the former, I applaud you, but I have other things to do.
High School coaches are there to teach and develop young men. It has been made very clear, even by the players themselves, that college football is a business (and a big one at that). **** outta here with these tweets, Chev.
 

leftybuff

Unreconstructed Luddite
Club Member
High School coaches are there to teach and develop young men. It has been made very clear, even by the players themselves, that college football is a business (and a big one at that). **** outta here with these tweets, Chev.
Let me put it this way, I have two kids in college. When they tell me about conversations they have with their Profs about life in general, or topics not strictly related to course work, I appreciate the Profs input. I think students benefit from that. But I am not paying tuition for that. I am paying for the course work, and hopefully, a degree. (fingers crossed)
 

manhattanbuff

Club Member
Club Member
Let me put it this way, I have two kids in college. When they tell me about conversations they have with their Profs about life in general, or topics not strictly related to course work, I appreciate the Profs input. I think students benefit from that. But I am not paying tuition for that. I am paying for the course work, and hopefully, a degree. (fingers crossed)
You should make them pay you back if they don’t finish.
 

The Alabaster Yak

Club Member
Club Member
Let me put it this way, I have two kids in college. When they tell me about conversations they have with their Profs about life in general, or topics not strictly related to course work, I appreciate the Profs input. I think students benefit from that. But I am not paying tuition for that. I am paying for the course work, and hopefully, a degree. (fingers crossed)
Completely agree. I'm just tired of seeing this staff do nothing but talk about developing young men. It has such a vibe of, "winning isn't everything", which is complete bull**** coming from the highest employees in the state.

Can you imagine an Alabama or Georgia staff member ever tweeting this kind of ****, let alone after a loss and 3-7 record?
 

leftybuff

Unreconstructed Luddite
Club Member
Completely agree. I'm just tired of seeing this staff do nothing but talk about developing young men. It has such a vibe of, "winning isn't everything", which is complete bull**** coming from the highest employees in the state.

Can you imagine an Alabama or Georgia staff member ever tweeting this kind of ****, let alone after a loss and 3-7 record?
I completely agree. I just wanted to say I can appreciate the collateral effort to teach life lessons, but they were hired as FB coaches, and they are not succeeding in what they were hired for.

RG said competing for championships. That is not happening.
 

Heywood

Did not peak in the seventh grade.
Club Member
Let me put it this way, I have two kids in college. When they tell me about conversations they have with their Profs about life in general, or topics not strictly related to course work, I appreciate the Profs input. I think students benefit from that. But I am not paying tuition for that. I am paying for the course work, and hopefully, a degree. (fingers crossed)
“Conversations”
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Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
Club Member
Junta Member
I thought that was an appropriate tweet from Chev.

I much prefer stuff like that to radio silence after an ugly loss.
 

The Alabaster Yak

Club Member
Club Member
I thought that was an appropriate tweet from Chev.

I much prefer stuff like that to radio silence after an ugly loss.
Coaches that do nothing but blame youth, inexperience and player execution all year tweet about accountability and developing young men. It was a terrible tweet. Everything he, Dorrell and Rick George have done with social media this season has been completely tone deaf and the exact opposite of "taking accountability".
 

NW Buff

Club Member
Club Member
Coaches that do nothing but blame youth, inexperience and player execution all year tweet about accountability and developing young men. It was a terrible tweet. Everything he, Dorrell and Rick George have done with social media this season has been completely tone deaf and the exact opposite of "taking accountability".
Outside of “I’ve decided to resign” there isn’t any tweet from Chev that most around here would be happy with.
 

patebuff

Club Member
Club Member
Coaches that do nothing but blame youth, inexperience and player execution all year tweet about accountability and developing young men. It was a terrible tweet. Everything he, Dorrell and Rick George have done with social media this season has been completely tone deaf and the exact opposite of "taking accountability".
Meh. I am not really worried about the OC being tone deaf.

I am more worried about the AD and head coach being tone deaf who have complete control of said OC's future in his position.
 

The Alabaster Yak

Club Member
Club Member
Meh. I am not really worried about the OC being tone deaf.

I am more worried about the AD and head coach being tone deaf who have complete control of said OC's future in his position.
Developing men and preaching about accountability has been a staple of Karl Dorrell for two years now. This is about all the adults currently running the program
 

hawg1

Club Member
Club Member
I actually think that is a great tweet. I applaud mentoring and helping younger men become successful. I am glad life lessons are going to be taught. Sadly, I am not paying premium ticket prices for those, admittedly noble, pursuits. I pay for tickets to see my team be competitive, and win enough to be interesting. If you do both, great. If you can only do the former, I applaud you, but I have other things to do.
Has Chev taken accountability for his failures?
 

ZandiBuff

Club Member
Club Member
Completely agree. I'm just tired of seeing this staff do nothing but talk about developing young men. It has such a vibe of, "winning isn't everything", which is complete bull**** coming from the highest employees in the state.

Can you imagine an Alabama or Georgia staff member ever tweeting this kind of ****, let alone after a loss and 3-7 record?
Bolded may be the primary issue ! I think we've finally figured out why we suck donkey balls
 
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