Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, Sep 16, 2012.
2 of those have first year coaches.
Thats pretty neat
Decent chance ASU climbs into the top 25 before we play them as well.
Instead of "Fight CU, down the field," we need a death chant.
Play Amazing Grace before kickoff at each game
Buffs in the wind, all we are are buffs in the wind.....
after an L to Mizzou? dunno, maybe.
The teams with "first year coaches" all have better players than we have. The previous coaching staffs at those schools recruited better than we did, but couldn't get it done on the field. That certainly helps their cause.
They'd have to beat Utah and Cal and Mizzou do well, but it's possible if they're sitting at 4-1 with only a four-point loss to a SEC team on the road.
Remember we beat Arizona pretty bad last year. Did the talent grow that much there in a single year.
That just made my day!!!
I think they had superior talent to us last year as well, the reason we rolled 'em was they were 2-6 at the time and had pretty much thrown the towel in.
Uh.. the Bataan Death Chant?
I was thinking TAPS.
From the munchins in wizard of Oz. 'we do not just merely suck, we do most sincerely suck.'
From the mental munchins in the coaching offices "we are only a few plays from turning this thing around, we are making progress'
rep for the Wizard of Oz reference.
Is that our new acronym for Team Always Plays ******??
The past few football seasons, I have been more excited for the season to end than to start. . Fall Saturdays used to be nerve-wrecking, and exciting days to look forward to.
That much is still true.
Not for me... I'm just numb at this point. I can honestly say I had no nerves or emotion for that game yesterday.
Break out the lube. We are gonna get violated hard, repeatedly. Have mercy if Oregon is looking to make a case to MNC pollsters, because they could put 100 up if they wanted to.
Fresno could have gone well over 100 had they not showed mercy. Oregon could easily hit 150. I wish I was joking.
No, their coach said he was concerned because, with only 65 suited-up players and some of those had 'tweak' injuries, his offense was exhausted by half-time and he cleared his bench and was using some dual-platoon real-football assignments. "I was worried we'd give up 60 in the 4th Qtr if our guys were running ragged for more 90-yard plays." He was being thoughtful of HIS squad, too.
And Embree was indeed able to run up the score in the 4th Qtr!
What's the safe word?
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