Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Skidmark, Sep 1, 2007.
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Poor attendance in the upper level for both sides. I doub't there were more than 60k there. Further proof this game belongs on campus. I also thought there were more CU fans than CSU, and CU fans were louder throughout the game.
This was the rammies last chance to make a game of it. From now on....slaughter.
If this wasn't Lubick's last game coaching against CU, it could be his second to last.
If CU had slaughtered the Rams, a lot of fans could argue that the game has passed him by.
By keeping this game close, he has bought some more time. Let's see if CSU can play with the same intensity against their next few opponants. Otherwise, it will look like Lubuck can only juice his team to compete against the Buffs.
It was a great game. It didn't feel like a statement on Lubick to me. Congratulations to CU.
This is the problem CSU has...
Caleb Hanie - Senior
Johnny Walker - Senior
Kory Sperry - Senior
Not much left in the tank for the future.
CRF - Thanks for being so gracious in defeat. It was an entertaing game, like so many of these over the years.
These RMS games are being etched in the childhood memories of young football players throughout the state. Should would be nice if the local talent wanted to be part of the legacy by chosing to play inside the State of Colorado instead of chasing their pigskin dreams somewhere else.
As to Lubick - he has the stadium named after him in Ft Fun. He's heading for a 9 game skid. Will the CSU fan base continue to support this legendary Ram coach if he has an other record like last year's. How long would he have to lose before the fans start calling for his head? The poor kids on the Ram's team haven't tasted victory for a long time.
It will be interesting to see if CSU can turn things around in division play. Sure would be a shame to have them lose their will.
Apparently 80'sranfan or whatever he is called agrees with you. I stole what he posted from RN for my sigline.:smile2:
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