Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Gary Indiana, Sep 15, 2012.
This recruiting class is the least of our worries right now
What scares me is what USC and Oregon are gong to do to us.
Sadly, my screen name is going to be the point spread in these games.
I am afraid of what Washington State, UCLA, ASU, USC, Oregon, Stanford, Washington, Arizona, and Utah will do to us...
BTW UCLA and 'Zona are ranked and will be ranked higher after winning tonight with their 1st year coaches. Something has got to give.
Stop the press; Sefo said, his committment is solid like the Rockies!
Right for the most part. Look at what Mora did in a short period of time for UCLA recruiting when he was brought in.
Not worried. One way or another, the recruiting class pain is far off into the future.
"The US Geological Survey reports there are approximately 280 earthquakes in the Rockies each week."
You don't mean the baseball team, do you Sam?
I'm not. Last year Oregon eased up and we only lost like 49-2. Chip Kelly won't run it up...any more than is possible...
Yea he does :gobuffs:
Oregon won't have any need to make national headlines with a huge scoring margin. They'll be top-dog in the Pac-12, nationally, and they only have to win comfortably. Wash State needs a big margin because this is their last win of the season, perhaps. Leach will need to get a lot of offensive plays run for repetition's sake.
Southern Cal will need a big, attention-getting headline-grabbing score. The only way they can make a comeback to the top ranks now is to get bigger headlines than their "Always Lose To Stanford" game. That's going on for four days now... they're going to need some huge score, somewhere.
What's more likely - a huge 80-ish point win against CU, or a 30-point victory over Oregon? Kiffin has to be calculating these odds.
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