Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffaloScott, Jun 1, 2009.
Okay, I'll be there.
5 out of 12 on the tube already...not bad.
Nice...perfect tailgating & game time....already can't wait!!!!!
Nice... national broadcast means I will be able to see that game.:thumbsup:
Another Sunday game, only game on. Cool.
Excellent. I should be able to see it since I'll be in goddamn ****ing oklahoma that weekend.
Whew...just remembered I have a wedding to attend on 9/5...way to go Bohn that was close.:thumbsup:
Plus - it's in Boulder!!
Of course, this means CU will have only 4 days to prepare for a road game against Toledo the immediate Friday after.
I like the traditional Saturday afternoon games, but the nice thing about having our games not on a Saturday is that I can see all the other Saturday games. Plus it's good for the program to get that national exposure when no other games are on. Makes for a short week though with the Toledo game on Friday.
You going to be out of town?
Gonna be in South Dakota visiting my aunt and uncle.
Nice. (Of course I assumed that you would've been going to the game if you had been in town...:smile2
labor day is the next monday, correct? sweeeeet.
Me too. Not visiting your aunt and uncle of course. I'll be camping in the Black Hills. I'll either watch the game at a bar there or record it and make sure no one spoils the outcome for me and watch when I get home. That is what I did last year. The year before I went to 5-6 bars before I found one that had Fox sports. Missed the whole first quarter.
If you mean next by the very next day, I believe you are correct.
Nice. I will be on the other side of the state in Yankton, where there are some decent bars to watch the game. Should be fun.
And one of those 4 days is a travel day. Holy Toledo, Corp. Klinger. The Mud Hens (Rockets) could not ask for a better trap game set-up.:lol:
Well, we have already botched the handling of the whole Miami cancellation so we might as well go all the way.
I suppose CU could cancel the game and write a check to Conference USA for $750K.:huh:
Yankton? Awesome - my dad went to Yankton College. Now it's a minimum security prison. :huh:
Trivia -- Lyle Alzado was also a Yankton College grad. :thumbsup:
I have to agree, 4 days between games, with a travel day thrown in is just plain stupid. If CU loses at Toledo, the heat on Hawk will go through the roof.
And that is unfortunate. I would guess that Hawkins had relatively little role or authority in the decision to : 1) play CSU on Sunday night, 2) play a road game against Toledo.
I live in Kansas, could you or somebody list the 5 games. Thanks
Check the Football schedule page at cubuffs.com That will always give you the latest
csu toledo wvu ok state *ebraska
Trivia-- Lyle Alzado came to my gradeschool when I was a young'un and was signing photos (he was a Bronco at that point) and we cuold meet him and talk to him, or go get a ride on a fire truck.
The fire truck ride was awesome, BTW.:smile2:
Nice. The conversion of the college to a prison must be a source of pride for your dad.:wink2:
at least its for petty criminals.
I am glad I am not the only one that thinks this is terrible idea. I am all for being on TV, but an extra day or two of rest can mean the difference between players playing and not playing. This is CSU's superbowl and I think it is stupid to go out and play on the road 5 days later. I don't care how weak Toledo is or is supposed to be, they will be up for us.
How many Buffs fans will be cheering on the team in Toledo?
I sure hope the players find the focus and strength to not overlook this one.
It's official. CU is addicted to network TV $$$$.
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