Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by InTheBuff, Sep 10, 2011.
He was able to come back for the OT, so if he was hurt, it wasn't serious. But the play calling in OT also made me think that they were protecting Hansen and not asking him to roll out or have to avoid a pass rush, so I don't think it was something that went away as soon as he got off the field..
I believe Embree said he was cramping if I remember correctly.
Definitely cramps in his right calf. The trainers ran out and stretched his right calf out as he sat on the ground.
I don't know if the injury was serious, but I do belive it cost you the game. On your OT sequence, you could see that Hanson was hobbled and unable to move latetally. That ptevented him from rolling out or moving to hand off for running plays other than straigjht ahead.
I was paying particular attention to his legwork on the last run from scrimmage and he seemed to clearly be hobbled, taking only short, almost stumbling steps backward before he handedf off the ball.
Hope he is OK. He clearly outplayed Maynard today and CU deserved to win. We did not come away from this game feeling good about our play and that may be a good thing. I thought we got schooled today in all phases of the game.
Good luck the rest of the way andf beat sc.
Who got hurt on the O-line that Tau came in for, I was at the game and couldn't quite tell. Adkins?
Ya Jack Harris broke his leg
Hope he is able to come back strong.
Broke? Damn, best wishes to him for a speedy recovery. Sorry to hear that. Will Tau be the man for the rest of the year then? I am happy that he finally gets a shot though, I hope he makes the most of it.
Damn. Bummer for him.
Cramps with Hansen. Hansen was beyond exhausted. Late in regulation it was Paul Richardson who was taking over the leadership role in the huddle as Hansen was too exhausted to say anything according to the guy next to me with headphones
Best wishes to Jack Harris. Honestly don't know what this team will look like come November..
Too much Mmm Bop!
13 games, no bye, with this schedule. Damn, never again should we have a schedule like this, never. I understand we have some bills to pay, etc. But lets please stop with this.... its crazy. I suppose the young ones will grow up fast though, might help us out quite a bit next year.
Completely agree, and I know Embree does too. The scheduling madness while we're in serious rebuilding mode is suicidal. Get Fresno State off the schedule next year (on the road no less) and find Idaho State. Rinse and repeat for 3 years. I'm tired of being out of bowl contention by late September
Hopefully Bakhitiari will be ready to come back soon (supposedly was GT decision today according to the FCS idots...). Then his replacement could slide over to replace Harris...
Between OT and CB, we're getting clusters of injuries at positions we really don't need them....
Thanks, but in all honesty, Cal made the plays when they had to, and CU didn't. We'll be much better the next time we see you guys. That said, it was an exciting game, and all the Cal fans I was around were really cool.
I thought Maynard was a gamer. He had a lot of drops by his WRs and he got the **** beat out of him by our pass rush. But he hung in and made plays out of nothing several times. Those big plays were what won it for Cal.
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