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Football: Greg Brown just as frustrated as anyone with CU Buffs' woes

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Kyle Ringo Buffzone.com

    In 31 years prowling the sidelines of college and professional football fields, Greg Brown has seldom felt as frustrated as he does this fall as defensive coordinator for the Colorado Buffaloes.

    Originally posted by Daily Camera
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  2. MtnBuff

    MtnBuff Not allowed in Barzil 2 Club Member

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    Cue Jimmy in 3 . . .2 . . .1 . . .
     
  3. chipwich

    chipwich Administrator Club Member Junta Member

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    Please resign, Greg.
     
  4. sackman

    sackman Club Member Club Member

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    Oh great. Now we get the "We're just as upset & frustrated as the fans are, probably moreso".

    Bull****. Not only is it simply untrue, but I don't even care if it is true. I'm not interested in hearing how frustrated the coaches and players are. I'm interested in winning football games. Go do that. Stop trying to gain my empathy. You're not going to receive it.
     
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    tante Club Member Club Member

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    oh, thanks for the clarification, greg. you think "new twists" are something that is new this year. that makes a ton of sense. go bang your cymbals together and blink your eyes, you poo-flinging windup monkey. if you were any dumber, rocks would laugh at you.

    Thanks Liver
     
  6. chipwich

    chipwich Administrator Club Member Junta Member

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    So if I am reading this correctly the coaches are basically saying:

    "We don't know what the problems are but we're gonna try to fix them."

    Sounds like a good plan.
     
  7. White_Rabbit

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    Again with the, "we look great in practice, it just doesn't show up on gameday" stuff. le sigh. Has anyone ever considered we look amazing in practice and during the offseason because we're playing ourselves and we ****ing suck?
     
  8. BuffaloSoldier76

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    This. Sadly, this.
     
  9. buffsyko

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    This guy would be gone ANYWHERE ELSE.
     
  10. Lt.Col.FrankSlade

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    Generally speaking, people who have no ****ing clue what they are doing ARE confused.
     
  11. BuffClass90

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    It has occurred to me, but thanks for writing it down!
     
  12. BuffClass90

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    In practice, I suggest weighing each player down with an extra 10-15 lbs and giving them an eye patch. This might better simulate game situations.
     
  13. Uncle Ken

    Uncle Ken Orr no morr Club Member

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    But if we do that to all players, on both sides of the ball, we're right back where we started.
     
  14. BuffClass90

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    LOL! I meant on one side then the other :nod:
     
  15. leftybuff

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    wow, I don't know what to say anymore.
     
  16. CUFan

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    This was a very disturbing article. This guy needs to go now.
     
  17. sliderNcider

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    It seems like the coaches always blame "execution" (aka the players)
     
  18. 92Buff

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    Greg - That new twist being shown each game? It's called the spread - a new offensive scheme that involves passing. It's the new hot thing this year in football. Too bad you didn't see it coming. Maybe next year.
     
  19. CUFan

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    Furthermore, somehow I doubt our opponents are digging through the depths of their playbook to fool us.
     
  20. BuffNut99

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    We are the most discombobulated team I have ever seen, snap after snap. That is the problem, coaches.
     

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