Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Tatonka, Nov 26, 2010.
Yeah he needed 129, I think, to break it and he passed that.
Yeah...he set the record for INTs.
I think, if you count 'em, he set the record for balls swatted back in his face. But I could be wrong.
This is a thread about cody, not elton john....
Hey, I don't want to rag on Cody. But it really is a shame that he set the yardage record, given the results.
It is a shame, setting records with these many losses is kind of like your first beer being a stroh's.
Thanks guys, now back to the bottle. CU next season and see you next season! Oh and parting thought, does Cody's name go in the rafters after setting the record? If I'm not mistake, Kordell didn't make the cut, correct?
The "rafters" are for guys who were named All-American, which is why Kordell isn't up there. I can assure you Cody will never be, either.
He did a hell of a job over these past three games.
Tough loss today, but it was a team effort.
Cody was a warrior for the Buffs. Let's hope future Buff QB's have all the class, but 10,000x the talent.
That being said, it is probably not a surprise that a qb who has played for pretty much 4 years dominates the career passing numbers.
Man, I respect what Cody has done for the buffs over the last 5 years and I respect him as a man, but that was an awful game he played today.
Not his fault. Talk to God (about his physical attributes) and to Danny (about his mental and spiritual being).
Actually, according to Dan, it is the mother that determines how big a kid will be. Sorry Misti, but Dan said it, not me.
I can't believe people question Cody's mental and physical 'being.'
I don't question his mental but his physical being was not big enough for a D1 Big XII QB. Kid's tough and I respect him for playing his heart out for 5 years and sticking by this program through thick and thin.
Nothing but respect for CH but he had to break the record for the most tipped passes in NCAA history. Never completely bought into the idea that the height of a QB is a real success factor, especially looking at Flutie and Brees, but after the last 3 years, I fully buy into the notion that height is a good thing. I wish him nothing but the best in the future.
Sounds like time to start counting bowl stats as well...
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