Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Mick Ronson, Sep 19, 2009.
I'm sure he'll act as if this was the big turn around. Even though we should have beatin them by alot more.
Another head coach should have been in place already.
I am very pleased for the players.
Can't we just be happy with a win? No, our problems aren't solved but I'm just going to enjoy this win.
Oh, I'm enjoying it. Even celebrating it. But, Wyoming is probably the easiest game on our schedule. We have some work to do yet.
Oh I'm happy, but it doesnt change much in the real world.
True, but a Buffs victory coupled with a Fuskers loss is good enough for me today.:smile2:
I just went down to the convenience store and saw several Fuskers all decked out in their gear, the depressed looks on their faces was priceless.:smile2:
Don't worry, they'll bang their sisters and be smiling before the night is over.
No. Not when it is against lowly Wyoming. Why are we so easily gratified in this country?
Instant gratification at the expense of long term success is never a good
trade off. Nothing today changed the fact that our O line is still below par. Our coaching is dreadful. How do you explain running Summler wide and Stewart up the gut? Our QB play is a joke. Even if Simmons and Simas were on the field, Cody could not get the ball to them. Our defense shut out a horrible Wyoming offense. This, my friend, is what they call a mirage. Texas might put up 70 against us in a few weeks. Our D line will get pushed around with little effort in Big 12 play.
If we had another QB in there who could actually throw down field and if we put emphasis on the running game we might be decent this season. Scott has to be the main back with Stewart as the change of pace runner. We need to use our tight ends more in the recieving game while incorporating Simmons and Simas in the passing game. If we did this, we could get something going.
But will Hawk do all of the above? Of course not. He will continue to field his son who in turn will continue to throw only to Mcknight and Espinoza. At season's end we will win four games and lose eight. Hawkins will tell everyone we are on the cusp of a big year the following season. Our cheap athletic dept will keep him for one more year. Cody will look as bad as he did this year and we will finally have to fire Hawk after another losing season. (our 5th in six seasons)
So, forgive me if I dont celebrate the fact that we beat WYOMING! WYOMING? Are you kidding me?!! Is this how far we have fallen? Fans celebrating Wyoming! Hawkins has killed us.
the answer no, i watched this game , more like i tried to,freakin snoozer, wyoming sucks and we return to reality next week. just got back from the rose bowl where kai maiva was the starting guard. and k state has some athletes, they actually have skill at the skill positions. long year for a buffs fan. i think i like miami this year. it was sc before today.
Little Hawk isn't the savior, but I think the OL is a lot worse than him.. Doesn't get a lot of help from them..
I liked that. A lot. Especially since it was on the heels of Collins taking personal accountability for how badly the defense has played (Scout interview earlier this week).
More of that and no more of the stuff about having to have been in the arena to be worthy of having an opinion. It would go a long way with fans.
Didn't notice and I hate to speculate on something like that. Could be as simple as him needing to get it re-sized after the weight loss from the kidney stones.
While it seemed that way yesterday, I would disagree with that assessment based on the first two games. Given their dominance over a Weber St team that should have beat CSU and playing UT very tough for a time prior to capitulating in the second half, I think an argument could be made that they were the best of the three (Wyo, CSU, Toledo).
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