Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buff4bcs1985, Jul 9, 2012.
This is great - but is anyone else getting a little tired of reliving a game from a decade ago? It is getting to the point that it depresses me more than anything. We need some new memories.
Yep. I'll watch, but it will be with some sadness because today's Buffs are so far from where they were in 2001.
Just looked. It says 2011 CU vs NEB. I think we lost that one if my memory serves me correct.
I am 99% certain we didn't lose to Nebraska in 2011....
your tv is wrong as hell
Uhh .. we didn't play NU in 2011. Whoever the **** you are ... get lost.
The Comcast guide says the 2001 game ... "CU behind a record 6 TD's by Chris Brown" etc. etc. etc.
Agreed. But I really do wish someone would record it and put a torrent up. I'd love a copy of that game.
DTV says it's the 2011 game. oh well.
There was no 2011 game.
That holding call is still a load of horse****... issed:
Damn weird seeing Folsom without the club seating.
Forgot how annoying Musberger is/was.
The death of big red. Proud day to be a Buff.
Totally forgot about that stupid halo rule.
this was the day i became a cu diehard... before that day, i was just a very casual fan
Wow, CO womens soccer sure can score..................defense seams a bit weak though :-(
must be related to PillowBiter
Now you are starting to sound like a Husker fan! Winning again. It will happen!
Think you mean "seems" genius.
:bump: for those who are unemployed or off for the day, its on again at noon
Can one of you unemployed folks please record this?
What if I'm only underemployed ... can I just record half of it? :huh:
Dply has it on DVD.
If you don't work, but are not looking for/want a job or have been out of work for an extended period of time, then you are not unemployed. Please do not record.
Oh yeah? Looks like Drop Box has 2GB accounts that are free.
Typically, a DVD is 4-5GB's, but it isn't that hard to compress it. Technically speaking that is, this is not legal advice.
All that needs to be done is: split the file using winrar, upload files to mediafire (which stores them and creates download links for file sharing), then downloaded simultaneously with jdownloader or in multiple browser tabs. :thumbsup:
Great technical advice, but I wouldn't call it legal advice. :thumbsup:
Man, remember when Hawkins blew the 62-36 game in the 4th quarter. I didn't think it was possible.
And those links would never be shared in in public on allbuffs
Separate names with a comma.