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Brooks: Irwin Turns His Golden Years A Nice Shade Of Green

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  1. RSSBot

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    Former CU football/golf standout Hale Irwin was good on the PGA tour, but he's been even better on the Champions Tour -- formerly known as the Senior PGA Tour. He's a runaway leader in both wins and earnings.

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    :cry::bang:

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    I am surprised they included those quotes on cubuffs.com. It's usually all about the spin.
     
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    I remain amazed at how badly the powers that be underestimate the value of being competitive at FB. The return on investment of a competitive ( not necessarily superpower) program is huge. Others have said it, FB is the front porch of any university. Tear that down and not nearly as many people will come knocking on the front door. And that front door analog applies to applicants, donors, alumni, media exposure (hopefully positive) etc. CU just can't seem to get out of it's own way most of the time....top notch campus, location, respected research facilities, nobel prize winners...so much potential squandered.
     

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