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I feel your pain.

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by OriginalWhiz, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. OriginalWhiz

    OriginalWhiz Member

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    Like CU, my team (the Oregon State Beavers) lost to Sac State last year. At home. :bang:
    Much like your loss to CSU, the Beavs also suffered an embarrassing loss to an annoying in-state rival.
    I'm here to tell you that things will get better. Keep your heads up - CU is a young team that will have growing pains this year, but that experience will pay dividends down the road, next year and the year after. (Just ask Wisconsin. :nod:)

    CU has all the pieces in place to be succesful long-term, so hang in there, keep the faith, and GO BUFFS!! :thumbsup:
     
  2. SBG

    SBG Formerly known as EFNMB Club Member Junta Member

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    Thanks and GL to the Beavs. Before we joined the Pac12 I would follow the Beavers every now and then (I though Jaquizz was a badass).

    Unfortunately, there's just a few similarities in our situation. You guys have a damn good coach with a lot of HCing experience. Your rival is among the new blue blood programs due to Knight's $$$$, our's is a bottom feeder in the MWC that lost to an FCS team this past week.

    Beat up on some North squads and get into a good bowl. Hopefully you guys can turn it around (the wiscy win looks promising) and show dear ole CU that it can be done if the people above want it.
     
  3. josef

    josef Club Member Club Member

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    First off you should know that I attending both of these schools. As someone who follows both teams fairly closely I can say that these are two completely difference scenarios. Most people on this board know the differences because they bitch about them (rightly so) every day. Oregon State has a well established fairly consistent coaching staff as well as an administration that supports the football program as much as they can. Not to say that the results can not be the same but I feel like it is somewhat of a long shot. Also Oregon State has won one game against a team that was mostly ranked because of last years success. Lets not get presumptive about what the rest of their year is going to hold. Thanks for your compassion. I was wondering which team as going to come here first with their survivors guilt.
     
  4. CVilleBuff

    CVilleBuff Club Member Club Member

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    You have Mike Riley, we don't.

    On the flipside, you're used to being doormats. Even after these past few years, we aren't. :thumbsup:

    Look forward to seeing you guys on the gridiron soon.
     
  5. Clean Undies

    Clean Undies Flagship of the 12-Pac Club Member

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    Its not a good sign when a fan from a conference rival provides encouragement to our disgruntled fan base.
     
  6. Buffnik

    Buffnik Real name isn't Nik Club Member Junta Member

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    Mike Riley is a great football coach. Beavs were getting frustrated with him, but they better pray he stays there for life.
     

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