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2009-2010 Outlook...The way I see it

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by HuskerH8tr, May 18, 2009.

  1. HuskerH8tr

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    The way I see it...2009-2010 schedule breakdown leading to the demolition of the Fuskers!

    Week 1; Sat Sep 5:
    CU- Opponent: CSU – CSU is outmatched in this game with critical offensive losses at QB, RB & TE. The Rams offense will be sluggish and the Defense is not strong enough on the line and in the linebacker slots to even slow the run. Look for S^3(Stewart, Scott, & Sumler) to blow this one wide open; Scott and Stewart should each have a 100 yard game. Record: 1-0.

    NU – Opponent: FAU – Record: 1-0.


    Week 2; Fri Sep 11:
    CU- Opponent: @ Toledo – No Michigan magic here! Although the Offense has the ability to put up big numbers, the D is weak…even by MAC standards. Also, a spring injury in the throwing arm of the returning QB could make matters worse for the Toledo O. The CU passing game will open up and the RBs run wild….again. Josh Smith should have a break out game receiving and on special teams. Record: 2-0.

    (Sat) NU – Opponent: Ark State – Record: 2-0.

    Week 3; Sat Sep 19:
    CU- Opponent: Wyoming – There are big expectations for Wyoming with the introduction of a new spread offense; however, the Cowboys don’t have the personnel to pull it off this year. The only thing that will look worse than the Wyoming offense is their defense as CU rolls over the boys in brown. Another big day for the backs and smith as talk begins to grow about Scott and Stewart. Record: 3-0.

    NU – Opponent: Virginia Tech – Record: 2-1.


    Week 4; Sat Sep 26:
    CU- Opponent: Bye – The Buffs get some needed rest to sweep the WVU series. Record: 4-0.

    NU – Opponent: La Lafeyette – Record: 3-1.

    Week 5; Thur, Oct 1:
    CU- Opponent:mad: WVU – This will be the first big test for the Buffs. Although the Mountaineers are expected to contend for a major BCS bowl this year, the loss of Pat White will be big. The receiving corp is beefed up, but the key to this game will be keeping Noel Devine in check (which we did well last year). Without a proven performer to deliver the ball, the CU defense looks better than anticipated. CU wins another close battle in Morgantown. Record: 4-0.

    (Sat) NU – Opponent: Bye – Record: 3-1.

    Week 6; Sat, Oct 10:
    CU- Opponent:mad: Texas – Negative: Loss, no explanation necessary; Positive: a small victory by keeping the texas O off the field and keeping the game relatively close. Record: 4-1.

    (Thur Oct 8) NU – Opponent: Mizzou – Record: 4-1.


    Week 7; Sat, Oct 17:
    CU- Opponent: KU – KU Offense is too strong with too many returning weapons. Unfortunately we cannot hold them off and it looks to be a pretty bad loss. Positive: We should get some pretty good production out of the backs…again. Record: 4-2.

    NU – Opponent: Texas Tech – Record: 4-2.


    Week 8; Sat, Oct 24:
    CU- Opponent: @ KSU – Angry and disheveled after back to back losses in an otherwise successful season, the Buffs come out with a chip on their shoulder and avenge the last loss to KSU on the road. The cats lost their gunslinger and will have a hard time moving the ball. Record: 5-2.

    NU – Opponent: ISU – Record: 5-2.


    Week 9; Sat, Oct 31:
    CU- Opponent: Mizzou – After ruining the longest scoring streak in NCAA, Mizzou gets a little back; 50 points will be an afterthought as the backs run all over the Mizzou Defense. With the loss of Daniel and Maclin, the MU O struggles. GO BUFFS! Record: 6-2.

    NU – Opponent: Baylor – Record: 6-2.


    Week 10; Sat, Nov 7:
    CU- Opponent: TAMU – After last season’s embarrassing breakdown in a game that should have been a guaranteed Buffs win, redemption looms on the horizon. A&M will struggle once again this season with key losses on Offense and Defense as they start several underclassmen. Contain the mobile quarterback and win…this time in at Folsom. Record: 7-2.

    NU – Opponent: OU – Record: 6-3.


    Week 11; Sat, Nov 14:
    CU- Opponent: @ ISU – This game is by no means a gimme; ISU’s improved Offense will pose a challenge with significant improvements in the passing game. However, the Defense will still struggle and this one looks to be a shootout. Our strong running game will control the tempo and keep the Offense somewhat out of rhythm as the Buffs win a close one. Record: 8-2.

    NU – Opponent: Kansas – Record: 6-4.


    Week 12; Sat, Nov 21:
    CU- Opponent: @ OSU – Not a good game for us just prior to the Nebraska game. The Pokes Offense is too balanced and their Defense is consistent enough to keep us at bay. We can slow the Offensive momentum with a strong running attack, but in the end our Defense will be barraged from all sides. This is the worst matchup for us on this seasons schedule. Record: 8-3.

    NU – Opponent: KSU – Record: 7-4.

    Week 13; Fri, Nov 27:
    CU- Opponent: NU – Redemption for the 57 yard heartbreaker! I was at the game, sitting in the South end-zone and the kick was so close it didn’t look like it went through from my vantage point. My brother and I cheered in elation as the ball looked to have fell short only to have our hearts ripped from our chests with the roar of the Nebraska f*&%ers!

    Although the Nebraska D will be their strength, we have a run threat this year that they will not be prepared for. Our D will keep the offense guessing and LB play will keep the NU running game in check. Without Ganz, the passing threat will be absent. The Buffs give them a Brown/Purify-esque pounding! Record: 9-3.




    SUMMARY: Barring a classic CU slip, we are in position this season to make waves. And, assuming KU losses to OU, TTU, UT and one standard KU slip we make the Big 12 championship to face OU/UT…this part is a long shot but possible.

    Many of you will read this and be skeptical while others will be optimistic. Although biased, I feel that this is a legitimate forecast of the Buffs opportunities in the coming season. Alleviate the injuries that plagued our team last season, eliminate the needless turnovers and lack of consistent Offensive productivity, and tighten up on the defensive side and we will be a threat. Our running game looks extremely strong and will add a wrinkle to the Offense that has been non-existent in the Hawkins era. If the receiving corp can step up and take the pressure off the run, we can bring a Okie State like balance to Boulder and have teams running scared. Go BUFFS! :thumbsup:
     
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  2. BeachBronco

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    What we need to do first and foremost is win the games we are supposed to win. So 3-0 is mandated, no excuses.
     
  3. Buff_since76

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    I am not a big fan of predicting w/l for the season, but here are my thoughts regarding each game in 09:
    Week 1; Sat Sep 5:
    CU- Opponent: CSU – CSU has always played CU close for several reasons. They can surprise CU with new looks in the first game, they can game plan months in advance, and many of the players want to show a BCS program that they should have received a scholarship from them. The final factor is that historically CSU has had a large number of players from Colorado. While the first three factors remain the last one has dropped off in recent years. The goal for this game (besides the obvious of win) will be to get the offensive & defensive lines experience together. The Buffs have a ton of experience now on the o-line, but will start 2 players who have never played a down in college football. On D, whether they go 4-3 or 3-4 the players need to be able to react to one another. The future success of the Buffs this season starts with the lines getting comfortable with one another.

    Week 2; Fri Sep 11:
    CU- Opponent: @ Toledo – The Hawkins teams play poorly against 1aa opponents, but they come to play against the MAC. The continued development of the o & d lines will be taking place, along with the pass game. As teams gear up to play our run oriented offense, the Buffs will need to show they can pass. They need to develop routes from play action (assuming a successful running attack), throwing deep when opponents stack 8-9 in the box, and setting up screen passes when the d is back peddling. On defense the Buffs need to be able to put consistent pressure on the QB. If with yare using a 3-4, then they need to blitz out of different formations. If the 4-3 is predominantly used, then the front 4 needs to force their way into opponents the backfield.

    Week 3; Sat Sep 19:
    CU- Opponent: Wyoming – This is CU’s first trap game. With an extra day of rest, semi bye week that follows, and have WVU Texas & KU in the following 3 weeks this is a classic let down point. Also, Wyoming has recruited 6-8 Colorado kids in the last few classes, and they will play their guts out against CU. Teams will have a general understanding of what CU’s strengths and weaknesses are at this point, and will try to exploit them. If CU plays tough ball control football CU will win. They will attempt the spread offense against us, and it will be a good indication about how the D will fair against teams with new QB’s & systems later in the year. In the end I think this game will be closer than many expect, but CU should prevail.


    Week 5; Thur, Oct 1:
    CU- Opponent: @ WVU – This game has so many question marks at this point, it is too difficult to predict. WVU loses 4 o-linemen, 3 LB’s, & Pat White. The new QB is less mobile, put a better passer, the game is at Morgantown, and they still have Noel Devine. CU will win if they force WVU to play their game. A slow methodical ball control O, that chew up yards and the clock will turn the tides toward a CU victory. I believe the D played well against Devine last year, and I will be interested to see how WVU runs the spread without Pat White. As a homer I give this game to the Buffs, but I see a thousand possible outcomes.

    Week 6; Sat, Oct 10:
    CU- Opponent:mad: Texas – As CU opens Big XII play this game will be critical in defining CU as a team for the rest of the season. The offense has to stay on the field for long periods of time. The Buffs can’t afford any 3 & outs. Even if the Buffs go 35 yards in 9 plays while taking 6+ minutes off the clock & punt, it will be beneficial for the team. This cannot turn into a men v boys game. If CU keeps it close for 3 quarters, and then gives up 14 in the 4th that will be bad. They need to play with the Longhorns the full 60 minutes, and be more physical than they are for the entire game. In the end I see CU losing, but if it takes Colt needing last second heroics to win, the Buffs will be ready for Big XII play.

    Week 7; Sat, Oct 17:
    CU- Opponent: KU – Two years ago we should have beat KU in Boulder, but a Hugh Charles fumble & a Reesing scramble where Dizon (I believe) missed a tackle cost us in the end. That KU team was better than the one that will come to Boulder this year, so a win is very possible. The overriding them of my post will be ball control (if you haven’t figured that out already). In Lawrence last year CU stayed with the Jayhawks in the beginning, but then the Buffs ran some plays (damn you Helfrich) that I thought were unnecessary. This led to the Buffs going 3 & out, and the defense spending far too much time on the field. If we limit Reesings opportunities I like the Buffs chances.

    Week 8; Sat, Oct 24:
    CU- Opponent: @ KSU –Bill Snyder has an amazing way with Juco players. He can get them to play, and jell together faster than anyone else. I really have no idea what to expect from this team. The outcome of this game feels like the financial markets to me. You can have 1000 experts come up with 1000 slightly varied results, and they could all be wrong. The Wild Cats could be in shambles with a 2-3 year rebuilding project still in order, or Snyder could have the Juco’s firing on all cylinders. The game taking place in the little apple will make it a little harder, but then they might only draw half the stadium capacity at this point in the season.

    Week 9; Sat, Oct 31:
    CU- Opponent: Mizzou – Mizzou lost a ton of talent last year, but the cupboard is not bare. This will be far enough into the season that any inexperienced QB won’t be flustered with the nuances of college football. If Mizzou ends up playing the QB carousel game early, then we will have a different ball game. At this point in the season the defense has to be creating pressure on QB’s from multiple places. If we have 1 one man pass rush, they will be able to add help to that side, or run draw plays into the gap. The defense has to be able to get off the field. That means on 3rd and whatever, they have to stop the offense. In the prior two seasons the D has done a bit of ‘bend but don’t break’. Forcing offenses to do what isn’t natural for them has to be common for the D at this point if we are going to avenge the last two games against Mizzou.

    Week 10; Sat, Nov 7:
    CU- Opponent: TAMU – If it is second down and goal from the 2, after running for 4 yards up the middle on 1st down, and Kiesau calls a WR end around I am going to go ****ing nuts!!!! That play alone optimized the offensive play calling for the prior 3 years. To me it is a statement saying that you have inferior talent, and that you must win by ‘out coaching’ the other team, you end up with the 4 yard loss on the end around (and an int on the next play). Playing this game at home, the coaches should be looking to avenge their stupidity, and the players should want to kick the crap out of a certain cheap LB. This should be a statement game for the Buffs. They should be able to gain complete control of the line of scrimmage, and force their will onto opposing teams. I would almost go so far as to say a shutout for the Buffs, but look for Sherman to throw everything & the kitchen sink into this game. There may be rumblings out of College Station at this point (note; buy www.firemikesherman.comm now while its cheap) and he may have them fighting for his coaching life.

    Week 11; Sat, Nov 14:
    CU- Opponent: @ ISU – If the Buffs are up by 21 in the 3rd quarter, and it is 4th and 2 at the 50, I will bet the farm that Hawkins sends in the punter. Along with the KSU game, I don’t really know what to expect from ISU. They have a new coach, & slightly altered scheme. As the new doormat of the Big XII, they still lack talent. That doesn’t mean CU wins this game with their eyes closed. They need to focus and make sure they win this game, as it may be the difference between a good bowl/bad bowl or even a bowl game/ staying home.

    Week 12; Sat, Nov 21:
    CU- Opponent: @ OSU – This is a game that could go in quite a few directions as well. Both teams are coming off short weeks. If the Buffs have won the aTm & ISU games, they could have a lot of confidence at this point. The OSU offense is superb, but they come and go in spurts. If their time on the field is limited, the down spurts could prove to be collectively frustrating, and they have the ability to make plenty of mistakes. At the end of the game most CU fans will be thinking what could have been if the fraud-scandal (frandal?) hadn’t been occurring while Zach was coming out of high School.

    Week 13; Fri, Nov 27:
    CU- Opponent: NU – The Buffs get this game at home, with 2 more days of rest. That will count for a lot at this point in the season. All QB, WR, LB, & O-line issues with NU will be resolved at this point, or the Buffs will have a big advantage, and the huskers will already be talking about what happens when Bo finally gets all “his” guys in the system. I don’t think this game will decide the Big XII North, but I have been wrong before. Both teams will attempt to establish the run early, and both will try to stop the other. The best battle of the season might be Miller v Suh. Whichever team forces the other to abandon the run will win.

     
  4. 96 Buff

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    Why the **** are you listing the ****ers' opponent in this otherwise decent thread? Get that ****ing **** outta here. And you spelled ****er wrong in your username.
     
  5. SkiTownUSA

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    FuskerH8tr, don't rule out OSU to win the south. They should be good this year.
     
  6. 77buff

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    I'll go along with that.
     
  7. buffwings

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    :thumbsup:Welcome dudes, and I agree with FuskerH8r on how the season will go down. Great mind think alike. :smile2:
     
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    Why the **** do you have to be so rude all the time you ****ing grumpy old fart?
     
  9. Coloradosker

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    Week 1; Sat Sep 5:
    CU- Opponent: CSU – Like every season, CU should beat the absolute crap out of little brother, but like every year, it's gonna be a close game. CU, with everyone healthy and a better running game is able to pound on the Rams and in the 4th quarter puts the game out of reach. Record: 1-0.

    NU – Opponent: FAU – Record: 1-0.


    Week 2; Fri Sep 11:
    CU- Opponent: @ Toledo – CU goes on the road against a down MAC team and handles their business with a good old fashioned Big XII pounding. Bigger, faster, stronger athletes means this game is over early 3rd quarter. Record: 2-0.

    (Sat) NU – Opponent: Ark State – Record: 2-0.

    Week 3; Sat Sep 19:
    CU- Opponent: Wyoming – Pokes may turn things around but give it a couple of years. CU again uses its ground game to put the game out of reach. Record: 3-0.

    NU – Opponent: Virginia Tech: Tyrod, a great D, and a hostile environment are too much for a 1st road game for Zac Lee. – Record: 2-1.


    Week 4; Sat Sep 26:
    CU- Opponent: Bye – The Buffs get some needed rest to sweep the WVU series. Record: 3-0.

    NU – Opponent: La Lafeyette – Record: 3-1.

    Week 5; Thur, Oct 1:
    CU- Opponent:mad: WVU – Big time road test for CU. WVU's running game proves to be too much and they make just enough plays for another Thursday night thriller. Look for a TON more points than last season's game. Buffs lose a close one. Record: 3-1.

    (Sat) NU – Opponent: Bye – Record: 3-1.

    Week 6; Sat, Oct 10:
    CU- Opponent:mad: Texas – No chance at Texas. They will be the best team along with Florida this season. Record: 3-2.

    (Thur Oct 8) NU – Opponent: Mizzou: Mizzou will sputter on offense this season and their defense won't be much better than the last. NU makes enough plays and the defense is stout. – Record: 4-1.


    Week 7; Sat, Oct 17:
    CU- Opponent: KU – KU's passing attack is too much for CU to handle. Experienced QB along with the monster Briscoe and great WR Reesing means a loss. Record: 3-3.

    NU – Opponent: Texas Tech-Tech will be playing their first road game outside of the state of Texas. NU has some serious payback in store for the Red Raiders. NU works ball-control as they did last season and wins by 10+ – Record: 5-1.


    Week 8; Sat, Oct 24:
    CU- Opponent: @ KSU – CU comes out and blasts a kittie team in disarray. No QB and questions all over the rest of the field spells doom for KSU. Record: 4-3.

    NU – Opponent: ISU – Record: 6-1.


    Week 9; Sat, Oct 31:
    CU- Opponent: Mizzou – Buffs roll up a victory over a disappointing Mizzery team. Record: 5-3.

    NU – Opponent: Baylor: NU has not put one on Baylor in Waco in quite some time. Griffin is the real deal and makes enough plays with his scrambling ability to pull the upset. – Record: 6-2.


    Week 10; Sat, Nov 7:
    CU- Opponent: TAMU – Payback is on the mind of the Buffs as aTm rolls into town. They still don't have it figured out on offense or defense. CU wins a close one. Record: 6-3.

    NU – Opponent: OU-OU will be a team that many will overrate this season. The loss of their offensive line and receivers is gonna hurt a lot more than the experts think. However, never underestimate Sooner magic, especially in Lincoln. NU loses a close one. – Record: 6-3.


    Week 11; Sat, Nov 14:
    CU- Opponent: @ ISU – Game will be close in the first half, but look for CU to pull away in the 3rd. ISU just doesn't have the personnel or the grasp of their new coach's system yet. CU wins big. Record: 7-3.

    NU – Opponent: Kansas-If last season was any indication, Pelini has KU figured out. Multiple blitz packages puts Reesing on his ass and has him making just enough mistakes that NU takes advantage and wins a shootout. – Record: 7-3.


    Week 12; Sat, Nov 21:
    CU- Opponent: @ OSU – OSU will be much improved on defense this season and their offense will be straight up sick. CU gets blown out in this game. Record: 7-4.

    NU – Opponent: KSU: NU's recent ass-kickings of KSU continues. – Record: 8-3.

    Week 13; Fri, Nov 27:
    CU- Opponent: NU –Here it is. Throw the records out the window for this one. CU comes in with confidence in its running game after beating so many teams with it. This plays directly into NU's hands as stopping the run is their strength. They will force Cody to pass to win and while he will get a few, it won't be enough. The loss of Ganz is big for NU at the beginning of the season, but Lee will have the offense down by the time this game comes around. Add to that the fact that he is the fastest QB that NU has had since Jamal Lord and his scrambling ability means big plays for NU. Huskers win a close one and clinch the North title.
    Record: 7-5.



    NU Record: 9-3

    SUMMARY: NU and CU will finish 1-2 in the race for the North. KU may end up with a better record against the North teams, but their brutal south schedule puts them at a severe disadvantage. NU goes to the title game against Texas and gets wiped. CU goes to the Sun Bowl against Arizona and wins. NU goes to the Cotton Bowl against LSU and Bo takes his old team to task.
     
  10. buffaholic

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    I don't see any patsies on this schedule.

    CSU finished 2008 as a very good team. They lose a RB and QB, but I know one of their coaches and they feel they will be improved.

    Toledo - it's a road game, and they will be looking to make a statement vs. the Big12.

    Wyoming - a bunch of Colorado kids who will come to play. If we play our game and are ready to play, we should win easily... But-

    Texas and OSU are unlikely W's.

    KU, NU, and Mizzou at home are all games we can win, but those teams should all be pretty good. I wouldn't say we are a pre-season favorite against any of them. KU will be good. NU and Mizzou will be as good as their new QBs allow them to be, which potentially is very good (but a big question mark on that one).

    ISU, KSU on the road won't be pushovers either (they never have been in the last 7-8 years that I remember).

    A&M at home looks like a W, but there's a chance they will be vastly improved under year 2 of the new staff. They have a lot more talent than the level they've played at recently, so I wouldn't be surprised to see them emerge this year as OSU did last....

    Although this is our best schedule in years, I don't see a bunch of easy wins on it like I do with Nebraska's schedule..... I see about 7-8 wins, most of them in close games.
     
  11. CarolinaBuff

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  12. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    ya, a team like CSU can lose a draft quality RB and Bell and thier QB and the heart of their D and be better.... sorry, but that is a bunch of BS. Their only offensive threat last year was the dreadlocked RB of doom. He was a badass, but that was all they had. He is now gone. Unless they pull somebody from nowhere, they are in deep ****.
     
  13. Duff Man

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    They have a couple very good WRs. They also have a veteran offensive line. So they do have challenges for us in the first game. Their defense is still not very good though. Losing Brewer at LB is really going to hurt them. I see Buffs winning by 14 points or so.

    I'm with several other posters in this thread, anything less than a 3-0 start is going to have feeling pretty uneasy. CSU is an okay team that will be breaking in a brand new QB. Toledo is on the road, but they are breaking in a new head coach. Wyoming is also breaking in a new head coach, and their QB situation last year was dreadful. If we can get past WVU in Morgantown, we'll be in real good shape.
     
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  14. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    I see us making them 1 dimensional (no run game) and then I am excited to see what our secondary and pass rush can do. They may get a few licks in (especially early), but I think the ground game is gonna be to consistent for them to keep up with, and with it keeping our defense fresh... ya, their QB is goin be SORE! Where is that Mahnke sack pic when I need it?
     
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    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    We'll see about the pass rush. On paper, they have a pretty good advantage when their OL faces our DL. Should be a good test right out of the gate for our young DL.
     
  16. Darth Snow

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    The rabid tomato should be fine.
     
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  17. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Probably. In the end, this season's success is mostly predicated on how well the offense performs IMO. Finishing in the bottom quarter of the league again isn't going to cut it. I hope the entire offense sets the tone from the first snap of the season.
     
  18. rodrigo

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    Fer chrissake say something new or I'm puttin' you on ignore. BORING, PREDICTABLE and SIMPLISTIC is no way to go through life.
     
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  19. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Finishing in the bottom quarter of the league isn't going to cut it.

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    Finishing in the bottom quarter of the league isn't going to cut it.

    Finishing in the bottom quarter of the league isn't going to cut it.

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  20. rodrigo

    rodrigo Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes I wonder why guys like you actually even bother. You're a fan, dude. It's a volunteer thing. If it doesn't provide you any enjoyment, why do it?

    Jeez, go kick the cat. Go fishing. Mow the lawn. Do something you actually have control over and can influence instead of playing fantasy college-football-know-it-all...

    As if it matters.
     
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    don't mind, me, just testing out a new siggie line.




     
  22. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    I love football. WTF are you babbling about?

    No one is forcing you to read my posts. No idea what I did to offend your sensibilities, but thanks for the unsolicited advice.
     
  23. Darth Snow

    Darth Snow Hawaiian Buffalo Club Member Junta Member

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    I love allbuffs offseason. :popcorn:

    This one is good because it makes even less sense then most of them!
     
  24. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    I really do not know what is going on, other than I should probably stop posting about college football.
     
  25. unbiasedtruth

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    its a start, good one at that.......:smile2: (j/k)
     
  26. rodrigo

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    Maybe it is cuz it is the offseason, but if I read another post where the phrases "the proof is on the field" (see Solder) or "it all comes down to wins and losses" (see any thread relating to Hawkins' future) are involved my brains will leek out my cornhole. My all-time fav: the offense needs to score points (paraphrasing, but that was your mantra last week in the Insight Bowl thread, Boulder).

    Really, I'm not aiming to pick a fight or be a dick - though I s'pose I can be pretty effective at that - or even call you out in particular. But if it's gonna be 3 1/2 months of arguing the obvious, repeated ad nauseum, I'm goin' back to Buffzone where being a dick is what it's all about.
     
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  27. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    Thanks for telling me how I can get rid of you. This should be fun.
     
  28. sackman

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    Issues. You have them.
     
  29. SkiTownUSA

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    Time to get it on! :woot:






    :popcorn:
     
  30. rodrigo

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    Yes, knower of all. I hate reading the same boring crap day after day.

    Cody Hawkins is short.
    Nate Solder hasn't proven himself on the field.
    Dan Hawkins has a losing record at CU.
    Short-term contracts for assistants suck.

    Wow. I'm enlightened.
     
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