Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Gary Indiana, Sep 14, 2015.
Coaches are being hush hush with suspensions. Violation of team rule stuff. Don't want to speculate on what that is, but likely a stupid mistake on their part.
Lee really does change the dynamic of the slot wr position with his speed, it will be good to have him back.
Not sure Lee does change much. Is Ross' speed doing much for us out there?
And where has that TE been Keeney? Is he playing?
News to me. Glad to have Lee back, and hopefully we'll see Aspay in mop up against the Ewes.
I believe Lee has better hands than Ross.
No idea on Keeney
wondered where Lee has been thanks guys
I've seen Ross make some amazing catches in the last 7 months. Admittedly in practice. I'd really like to see the ball in his hands. Lee too.
Ross had a lot of green grass in front of him on that drop in the flat on Saturday. Not sure if he starts running before he secures the ball or what.
I missed that one. Sorry to hear.
Lee is a lot quicker than Ross in terms of short separation. Ross is more of a deep threat.
Wait. Are you thinking of this guy?
Then they need to be Sefo's first read.
This implies Sefo makes a second read. Not sure that is true.
Neither's was that big of a deal. Just a repeat violation.
I think the post assumed only one was in at a time. Hater.
I just see Sefo not being able to multiple reads. The dude has huge heart and is a great Buff but I think he's peaked...we are going to win by running the ball this year.
It must take a lot of ego to be a marginal player on a hugely subpar football team and do something to get your self "suspended". Do Adams State players get "suspended"? Chadron State? Fort Lewis? Jeez…..
Someone has forgotten what it was like to be in college.
Also, Lee adds to the run game. He had a few nice runs last season and his role in running the reverses/fly sweeps are important to keep the D from staying tight in the middle. You don't get that from Ross.
This could hopefully help with the pressure CSU will surely bring up the middle.
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