CU coach Hawkins not worried about job security |

CU coach Hawkins not worried about job security

Tom Kensler
The Denver Post

BOULDER – Colorado coach Dan Hawkins said Monday during his weekly media luncheon that he does not believe he will be coaching the last two games to save his job.

“No, Mike has been great, no, not at all,” Hawkins said, referring to athletic director Mike Bohn.

Hawkins appeared to have no concerns over his job security.

“I told (reporters) when I first got here, you do things right,” Hawkins said. “You do things how you know how to do them.

“You keep plugging along. And you do what you can do. I think Mike has an appreciation for that. I think Phil (CU chancellor Phil DeStefano) has an appreciation for that. And all the people in this department who know all the specifics, they have an appreciation for that.”

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