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Rolling with the Buffs

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by kursku, Sep 13, 2012.

  1. kursku

    kursku Walk On

    Jul 12, 2012
    The Interim coach takes charge of the hot seat, right after Jon Embree departure.

    The old offensive coordinator Nicolas Bargiela, takes place in the tumultuous city of Boulder, right after coach Embree was fired apparently thanks to some problems with the athletic department, no Announcement has been made by the NCAA with sanctions or any other action.

    Nicolas Bargiela was born in Abilene-TX in 1979, single child of a small family, Bargiela grew with his parents and most of his time he was playing football and helping his father, former Head Coach of Cooper High, deciding to stay with his father he helped the Cougars during the late 90's playoffs run the team made every year. With that he was one of the most dominant TE's in Texas.

    Coach Bargiela played with the Longhorns during the starting tenure of MacBrown, being one of the first recruits from the 1999 season, ending his carreer with solids performances. Went to the Rams in the 5th round of the 2003 draft. But during training camp suffered an ACL what would've kept him out for the season, and with that he decided to comeback and help his father with the football team while he was recovering from the injury. In the next season he would suffer another ACL in the second game of pre-season. After that he retired from football and went to Texas as a graduate assistant, meeting his former QB Major Applewhite. He served in the position until 2006 when he went to Houston as a TE coach and co-offensive coordinator.

    During that year, with the help of Kevin Kolb they would win the C-USA Championship. In the next year with Case Keenum, would start a run of 5 years of prolific passing offense. Missing only 2010 season without a bowl game. After that he would receive an offer from Colorado, to help the team in the new conference.

    “I'm very confident this year, we have some really good players in the offense. Besides groing pains with the system, I'm pretty sure that it won't be a problem for those young guys”

    The fans are excited to see if they will keep putting more points in the board.

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