Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by west coast, Oct 30, 2007.
Hellen Keller goes down, they have to go to a back up, there is your line move
The game is in Lawrence. KU is playing well. A&M beat the living **** out of Nebraska in stincoln, whereas KU beat the living **** out of A&M in Collie Station. Probably just a lot of money coming in on KU because NU sucks so bad. The rumors of Cally's imminent demise probably aren't helping much.
It's still Kansas and I would have a hard time putting money down to cover those points, you give us a little more seasoned offensive line and some receivers tha don't drop passes and we beat Kansas a couple of weeks ago. You have to be carefull with a team like Nebraska is right now, because we know there is some talent there, it's just a question of wether or not they decide to stand up and make something out of the rest of their season or not.
The problem for me is that Nebraska is playing on the road. If they were playing in Lincoln, I'd take Kansas if they were giving 20 points, but this Nebraska team plays a lot better on the road. Can't say that I blame them... if, IF Kansas wins this game, it'll be by less than 10.
lol, they have played better on the road then they have at home
Between no Keller and KU's stingy D, I don't think the huskers will score more than 10, prolly less than that.
Considering that the huskers have given up 35+ points in 6 of their last 7 games, I think this game has ass-beating written all over it. I'd give the points.
I totally agree. It says something about a program that plays better on the road and prefers to get taunted by opposing fans than face home criticism.
Who knows.. Seems like the only place where Clownahan's teams have played well on the road during his tenure was Iowa State and at CU..
Interesting? I think it's ****ing hilarious!:lol:
It's a good thing Pedey wouldn't let the program gravitate toward mediocrity.:wink2::smile2:
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