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Colorado 2, Arizona 2 2OT

Discussion in 'CU Buffs Newsroom' started by RSSBot, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. RSSBot

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  2. Idot Buff

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    Bull****. We need a winner. PKs, bitch.
     
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    U of A has not won a game.

    no way to spin this.
     
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    Yup, very disappointing game that sums up the way the season has gone thus far. If they're going to make a move to try and salvage the season then it has to start on Sunday with Arizona State in Boulder. ASU is a notch above 'Zona, but this is a very winnable game for the Buffs.

    As expected, many of our olympic sports have been struggling mightily in their initial Pac-12 competition. I recognize that there is going to be an adjustment period, but this is the perfect time for each and every CU athletic program to start over with a clean slate. We've obviously got our bright spots like skiing, men's and women's cross country, but this is a golden opportunity for volleyball to get back on track along with women's tennis, the golf teams, and soccer to take advantage of our new access to fertile recruiting grounds. I'd really like to see us get men's tennis established as well. It seems that it would be feasible as it wouldn't be brutally expensive to establish like baseball. I've caught a few NCAA tennis tournament matches here in Virginia, and the atmosphere and intensity are absolutely fantastic. CU would definitely be able to get enough talent from California and Arizona to at least be a middle of the pack program, and the beginning of tennis season is all indoor tournaments regardless of whether teams are from warm or colder locales.

    Edit: Just saw that men's golf is nationally ranked for the first time in 3 years (10th in one poll, 14th in another) ahead of Cal in both, and Stanford in one. Good for them. Go Buffs!
     
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