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Jon Embree will evaluate staff after season ends

Jon Embree isn't saying now whether there will be changes to the Colorado Buffaloes coaching staff next season, but it's something he'll address after the year is over.

Doug Pensinger

The Colorado Buffaloes 2012 season is, mercifully, almost over. The Buffaloes host the Washington Huskies on Saturday, still in search of their first win at home all season.

At 1-9, it's not unreasonable to think head coach Jon Embree could make changes to his staff. He briefly addressed that question during his weekly press conference earlier this week, saying he'll wait until after the season is over before he makes any decisions or changes:

"No I haven't, and as I said, after the season we will sit down and evaluate and look at why there have been some issues with us as far as getting our performance to translate from practice to the field on Saturdays."

Embree also said he doesn't expect to end the season winless at home. Washington is the first of two chance the Buffs will get, as they also host Utah in two weeks to end their season.

Colorado has had a miserable first season in the Pac-12 after bolting the Big 12 this season. The Buffaloes beat Washington State on the road in September but have lost every other game, including their last six in a row.

The Colorado Buffaloes and Washington Huskies meet at 11:30 a.m. MT on Saturday. The game will be televised by FX.