I am all in on him now. I was not but I am now.But what if he insisted on bringing his whole staff with him?
He's been the poster child of building programs to a degree. Others have done well when handed the keys of a finely tuned machine.Watching KU put on a clinic today at Houston…wouldn’t be upset at all if Trev zones in on LL
I would think that Trev would not be swayed if Leipold is the guy, unless the wheels fall off. But who knows?Been on the Leipold train for awhile now. I just worry when he drops some games at KU the love fest will be over. I am crossing my fingers for 8 wins so that Nebraska will be okay picking him up.
You expect him to lose some games at Kansas. It is Kansas after all. But he's got those boys believing.Been on the Leipold train for awhile now. I just worry when he drops some games at KU the love fest will be over. I am crossing my fingers for 8 wins so that Nebraska will be okay picking him up.
He's 58. Hardly old by coaching standards. Find better excusesTwo things I don't like about Leipold:
1 - He's almost 60 years old
2 - How would he fix our terrible defense?
I feel like we either need to hire a great defensive coach, or someone that we know will bring a very good D.C.
I don't know why he stayed at Whitewater as long as he did. But he skipped a level and went from D3 to D1 and was successful. He worked his way up in his younger years learning the trade. I don't care, the guy clearly knows how to put a team together a staff and a game plan. His teams play hard and they don't beat themselves. Kansas fans know that we are interested in they are worried.My only concern:
He was spectacular at UWW for years. Why was Buffalo the only team to give him a look? And then why only Kansas?