Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by DustyRhodes, Jul 25, 2007.
Yeah...it was crazy downtown on Monday
Unfortunately I missed the live feed and need to check if there is an archived version when I get home on big12sports.com
It was sort of a weak presser. Hawk did his part, but when it came time for questions the Texas media asked him 2 questions. That was it. All the other coaches got a dozen or so, and Hawk got two. Shows you how much they care about CU.
EDIT: Sorry, I guess I passed judgement a little early. Turns out that Hawk was 20 minutes late to the presser. So they probably ran out of time. Guess he will be running the stairs.
Does that mean we shouldn't waste any more time looking for the audio file?
Well...they're trying to interest readers and I could see why they wouldn't ask much of CU. Texans are assholes anyways....Im suprised they asked anyone that many questions in the north.
I see one more orange jersey or a long horn sticker im going to shoot myself. It's hard being a Nebraska fan in Texas The buddy working next to me is a CU/Broncos fan and he gets **** for the Broncos more than CU.
You shouldn't refer to your boss as "the buddy working next to me" :smile2:
It was pointless. First off all after the presser they had 2 guys talking about the team and how we were fairly close in most games (CSU, Baylor, etc...) and then they said "The one area CU doesnt need to work on are the recievers. They are stacked with depth and experience and return some upperclassman such as Alvin Barnett, Patrick Williams and Tyler Polumbus."
What a ****ing joke that was. First of all we had NO recievers last year, our leading reciever was our tight end (Geer) and he had only 226 yards and 3 touchdowns. And secondly how the **** do you get Polumbus confused with a reciever, for god sakes the guy is 6-8 and weighs 300 lbs.
I also noticed they had every little stat for UT and OU right.
Meh. Texans are not that bad.
try living here
Unless I'm mistaken, Fort Worth still is a city in Texas.
Texans aren't that bad. Now Texas, OTOH, sucks donkey balls.
I see your wife DOES read this site! :smile2:
I agree, I really can't recall a Texan I haven't gotten along with.
Having lived there, I can recall more than a few. But by and large they're good folks down there who happen to live in a really ****ty place.
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