Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by sackman, Jul 25, 2011.
Gotta start busting out those confederate flags.
I was going to blame it on global warming.
It will be difficult at times, especially with a November game in Utah :lol:
some people need remedial work... it is ok....
Those of us that have mastered the NFC East and Dallas, Texas being part of that, can surely learn this faster than those who can't understand that Colorado is South of Oregon, Washington, & Northern CA. :nod:
This got me thinking... If CU does well this year and the Utah game means something, the locals are in for quite the surprise when a horde of CU fans descend on SLC :lol:
I'm not sure that the Utes are used to a fan base that celebrates Thanksgiving with Wild Turkey. :lol:
We are actually quite a bit further north than the Bay area schools, but I like the divisions as they are.
Its gonna be a fun bit of culture shock to some of the populace for sure.
UU and CU are North of Stanford and Cal
I would much rather deal with a certain amount of geographical error than have to deal with some kind of garbage like "Legends" and "Leaders."
They are used to being the "wild fanbase" in their rivalry; we'll see what happens in Nov.
"Here come the A******s"
When factoring in the techtonic shifts of the North American and Pacific plates of the earth's crust, Boulder and SLC are migrating within the division.
Notice I did not say Stanford and Cal... and was in the same position as my previous statement about the NFC East including Dallas...
Maybe I thought this board was above average intelligence.... I was poking fun at the geographical ineptitude of both divisions....
Next you are gonna try to convince me that Reno Nevada is west of Los Angeles, California.... :thumbsup:
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