Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffUp, Oct 13, 2011.
Cal winning w/USC getting significant injuries that keep their best players out for the next 5 weeks-
usc is banned from postseason play so i guess it would be better if they won so that we can continue our path to the pac 12 title.
I hate USC, but you gotta flip the winning team and keep the injuries so if the Buffs beat 'em it looks like we are growing...
Beating USC would turn heads regardless. Does not really matter who wins tonight.
I'll root for Cal because USC fans are ****heads. If you guys think Texas fans are bad, try watching a game with USC fans, it's the worst.
Ill root for USC so when we beat USC, they will have a better record.
You're not exactly viewing UT fans from outside the tent...
In other words, USC agreed to equal revenue sharing.
USC agreed, not the fans.
Until they prove otherwise, USC fan cannot hold a candle to UT fan in terms of arrogance, entitlement, etc.
The SC fans I ran into in Folsom 2002 were great. Much better than the WSU fans from the same year.
Cal over USC. Just wait till USC fans invade this board. They do not just merely suck, they do most sincerely suck. Think UT fans without out-houses.
Cal v USC
Chip Kelly and Lou Holtz in the studio? ESPN should be required to inform us this program has been paid for by the University of Notre Dame.
I have seen some reports that USC and UCLA were originally guaranteed $2 million more than the other Pac-12 teams. Did that plan ultimately come to fruition or did it get voted down?
Dr. Lou talking about Notre Dame winning the title next year, "after all, every Notre Dame coach won in their 3rd year."
How did we lose to Cal? Furkin secondary issues.
They were, but only if eventual revenues fell below a certain threshhold (I can't remember the exact amount - maybe $16MM/yr). The new contract blew that number right out of the water, so it is now even-steven.
Buffs can beat these guys!
UCLA and USC gets extra 2 million if the TV revenue is below 170M, the new contract made it moot as on average combined revenue will be 250M (3 Billion in 12 years)
USC looks like **** in the second half
Cal's at 3-3 (0-3) now, hasn't won since 9/17 over Presbyterian. Looks like 6-6 for the Bears this year - shocking, I thought they'd be Rose Bowl bound ever since Steve Marshall came to CU, or at least, that's what many of them implied. Now don't get me wrong, 6-6 sounds pretty damn good given where we are right now, but Tedford's seat is increasingly getting hotter given 5-7 last year and now 3-3 (0-3) thus far despite the talent they've brought in.
Cal sucks ass.
Here all the talk about cal's new renovation? great another school with off the hook facilities to recruit against!
they were saying (by the way Craig James suks) the facilities will be one of the best in the country...
CU really needs to do some updating - cal,stanford,oregon,usc,az st,ucla all have better facilities than ours
I think it was during a break in the game, or right after halftime, espin showed a graphic of 4 games this weekend. Craig J studiously pointed out the okie lite was the only ranked team on the road against another ranked opponent.
Someone forgot to tell him to read the graphic -- it showed 3 games with ranked vs ranked were involved. Brilliant move, Craig.
Everyone pities the weak. You have to earn jealousy.
It was only if the TV deal did not reach a minimum amount, which it blew WAAAAY past. Not applicable anymore.
I thought we would beat SC earlier this year. Now I'm not so sure.
Makes it all that much worse that we lost to them.
Care to repeat that one, but this time in English?
Although people are sad for the pitiful, they are slightly delighted in that they are not in their position; they take slight delight in their betterment. You do not need much to be pitied, just failure.
Now jealousy, that must be earned. That look you see upon the face of the envious, that needs to be earned. That resentment you notice that they hold for you, that needs to be earned.
For their jealousy proves that you are better than them, even just for the moment. It proves that they would like to be you, and that you have done something so extraordinary, that they despise their own achievements compared to yours.
Be proud of their jealousy, for it is truly earned.
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