Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Quattro, Feb 12, 2013.
Typical Texans. They went to far. I think what makes it funny is the subtlety.
Stupid fecking Texans/idot dubstep generation obviously don't know what the Harlem Shake is:
Don't really care. This is about creating the best atmosphere possible on Thursday and what better way than getting the whole student section jumping around making noise.
And this ain't dub step, it's trap :nod:
:slayer:This thread confuses me. :fragez:
C-Unit just tweeted asking if we want the Harlem Shake during the game against U of A! I say hell ya. That'd be so sick!
Here is the allbuffs version:
I don't think our dancing is that good.
Shockingly the Goats just stole the shake. **** those copycat mother****ers.
How many of those videos are out there right now? Don't act like this was something original to start with.
Yeah **** em anyway
But yeah, go ahead and get wild. I don't know why a theme is needed. Just get wasted and yell at the Kitties.
I still don't understand - must be getting old
There is no way Gordon is only 6'8". He looks gigantic in the video.
If Scott is 6'9" and Mills is 7’, I'd guess Gordon at about 6’10".
I always thought Scott was 6'10"
I thought the last article about his growth plates not closing yet said he was 6’9". I could be making that up.
I may have missed it but i didnt get a solid answer but they say Gordon is 6'8"
Darth thinks Gordon is 6'7". Because retard.
That is pretty cute, it's not like there's a big game on the line or anything.
The team is loose... good
Yeah I'm pretty upset they took 15 minutes away from their practice to film this. I wonder which drills they skipped. I guess we'll find out.
Normally pancakes are good at first, then after awhile you get sick of them. In this case they were bad from the start. Take your flapjack manboobs back to AZ and be sure to lift them up for a bit to get a nice even tan underneath the teet as well. You don't wanna be lookin' like a fool!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought they are restricted to the # of hours and when they are allowed to practice by the NCAA. I dont think this comes out of that time, so I would guess that you can figure this is taking time out from them screwing around in the locker room/Playing Playstation/or god forbid, doing schoolwork. But I dont think it takes away from their prep time for tonight, if anything it adds to it
It seems like a normal play designed for Mills.
Correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not), but you didn't understand my post.
With him spinning around aimlessly while his teammate ignore him? Yep, definitely seen that before.
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