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Kyle Ringo chat

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Unleash Hell, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    There is a link in the newsroom, but I thought I would share some of the answers. I wont put the questions, you can probably get a good idea what he's talking about.

    KRingo: I think Katoa might be looking at an even harsher punishment. He forced his way into two private residences and hit someone with a deadly weapon.

    KRingo: I'd be surprised if there were no charges, and I doubt anyone is going to go lightly. The Geer situation seems less serious to me just because of everything involved in the Katoa case. I think Geer's case will be resolved more quickly

    KRingo: No, Katoa is not a lost cause. He just needs to go through the process and learn from his mistake.

    KRingo: I haven't heard about Kaufusi's test score yet, but I do know that Darrell Scott is supposed to be good to go academically with CU. He just has to make it through the NCAA and that shouldn't be a problem

    KRingo: I'm done with the Darrell Scott stuff when it comes to Texas. I can't remember another situation since the CU football "scandal" in which more falsehoods and misrepresentations took place.

    KRingo: Maiava looks like a natural fit at fullback. I think that was a real stroke of genius. He can catch too.

    KRingo: The girlfriend is awesome!

    KRingo: I think the Frontrunners for the CB jobs are Jimmy Smith, Jalil Brown, Anthony Wright and Gradner McKay. Coaches are pretty comfortable with Cha'pelle Brown as the inside nickel guy. He does a good job there

    KRingo: I think both Sumler and Lockridge will play quite a bit next season. I would expect them to carry the load early and Polk and Scott to mature and begin to take over.

    KRingo: Ryan Miller is huge and really seems to be comfortable out there now. He also seems to be more and more of a leader.

    KRingo: The hype is true. Simas is going to be good. Smith is going to be better, might actually score a TD this year and Patrick Williams is one of the best kids I've met in this business. Patrick doesn't get the credit he deserves for all the hard work he has put in. He was a high school option quarterback

    KRingo: I think George Hypolite and Ryan Walters are going to be captains. Maybe Daniel Sanders, too

    KRingo: I think the two QB rotation could be a possibility

    KRingo: They might put Ballenger in the game in certain situations to help him develop. But maybe he wins the job outright

    KRingo: There has been talk of a new offense that consists of 80 % run, 20 % pass. One, do you know if this is true and two, I feel like we have our most talented WR core since 2003, why wouldn't we get them the ball?

    KRingo: Marquez Herrod is huge all of a sudden and Conrad Obi has tons of potential

    iowabuff: are they going to be studs?

    KRingo: Eugene Goree and Lagrone Shields look like they could be strong players in the future as well


    KRingo: I think the defensive line is definitely much improved over a few years back
     
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    buffsyko Club Member Club Member

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    Well, kudos to unleash hell for PROVING my posts on scott's status wrong.

    That's GREAT NEWS:smile2::thumbsup:
     
  3. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    I don't like seeing this. KRingo: I think the two QB rotation could be a possibility
    I hate QB rotations rarely works:sad2:
     
  4. 87toInfinity

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    Florida National Champs.
     
  5. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    I did forget about that.
     
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    87toInfinity Well-Known Member

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    I do agree with you, though, I'm not a fan of two QB rotation either, but I am a fan of what works. So if Hawk thinks it will work, and it does in fact work, then I am down for whatever.
     
  7. buffsyko

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    If they are talking about bringing him in for a series each game then I see no harm with that.
     
  8. absinthe

    absinthe Ambitious but rubbish. Club Member Junta Member

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    I think we have one more year of CH and settling the line/rb situation and then next year we'll see:

    and O-line that sees significant time from:
    miller
    tau
    soldier
    MTM
    Givens

    And Dehann at TE

    with center being the real Question there.

    Ballenger at QB and Polk/Scott in the back field, if our wide outs mature nicely we could be filthy on offense in Hawks 4th year, if nothing else we'll be huge.
     
  9. dio

    dio Admin Club Member Junta Member

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    I think Hansen has solid potential - I really liked his vids. Mobile and accurate, good size. A bit weak on arm strength... do any of you think he could compete for a starting job in two years?
     
  10. El Gringo

    El Gringo Pura Vida Club Member

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    Pinkel did that with Brad Smith and "Booger" Daniel. Booger would come in for a series or two every game in '05, regardless of whether they were in the game or not. I remember the Tigers were down by one against the Buffs heading into the 2nd qtr. when Pinkel brought Booger in for two series. I remember thinking the guy was an idot because Booger promptly threw an INT and the Buffs started rolling.

    Pinkel took some serious heat for it that year, but Booger had a very good year in 2006, and a Heisman contender year in '07. Tough to argue with those results.
     
  11. NW Buff

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    The two QB rotation rarely works because it usually means the coaching staff doesn't really have confidence in either candidate (see CU in 2006). That is not the case here.

    That said, however, I hope that one of the QBs (I really don't care which) steps up and proves that he should be the man.
     

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