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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Jon Embree
Deciding whether to fire a college football coach often comes down to balancing wins and losses with dollars and cents.
Gene Chizik, Frank Spaziani and Danny Hope got the pink slips many expected were coming after disappointing seasons.
A choked-up Jon Embree used his farewell news conference Monday to address several University of Colorado football players in attendance, telling them to keep up the good fight.
A choked-up Jon Embree suggested Monday that the only way he could have turned around the University of Colorado's flailing football program in his two years as head coach was to take shortcuts in the classroom and on the recruiting trail.
Jon Embree is out as head football coach at the University of Colorado after just two seasons and four wins in 25 games.
Tyler Hansen doesn't have to glance over his shoulder anymore, and he sure isn't looking back with any regrets.
Jon Embree will be introduced as Colorado's new football coach on Monday morning.
"I'm excited about it. I'm ready to get out there and see what the landscape's like and get ready to start recruiting," Embree said. "I'll do that for a couple of weeks and then we'll have a dead period. I'll come back here to see these guys and watch them finish the season strong."
"It's a dream job with it being my alma mater and growing up out there, this is definitely the job that I've always wanted," Embree said Sunday.