Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Buffnik, Aug 20, 2014.
UMass in Foxboro
Hawaii in Boulder
I've got us at 3-0.
Considering two of these games are in pro stadiums, I think if we go 3-0, we should be ranked around 15 heading into Pac12 play.
How many people still don't realize that our schedule for the beginning of the season is as follows?
3-0 is impossible heading into conference play; damn better be 2-0 though.
And yeah, I've got us at 3-0 in the non-conference. I also give the Buffs a puncher's chance at opening 4-0; ASU always seems to **** the bed at least once s season, it might as well be against CU, and their season sets up for this to be a trap game for them.
Hey it's very confusing for people to read and see Game 1 at Folsom and the seating construction finish by ASU. ASU is very talented and still has their QB. Factors that has me not looking forward to that game.
3-0 in Non-Conf
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Really needs to be 3-0
2 and 1 it shall be
It needs to be 3-0. Anything less will be a disappointment.
Anything other than 3-0 would be a disappointment
I think the FCS teams we beat last year were better than UMass and Hawaii are this year. And I think that CSU is worse than they were last season.
If we don't go 3-0 in these games, I'll be so pissed.
I think it's going to be an ugly 3-0, but still 3-0 which is a must.
Our depth and perhaps talent level should be improved overall (due respect to PR). Our youth is the potential bug a boo. But yes, 3-0 and hopefully we show improvement this year as our staff gains traction with the program.
3-0. Anything else just isn't an option. 3-0.
CU 27 CSU 13
CU 38 UMass 20
CU 42 Hawaii 24
3 and 0
3-0. I have faith in MacIntyre. I hope I'm not burned again.
2 - 1, we drop one that we shouldn't.
If we don't go 3-0 in non-conference this year I see no way to get excited about what could be in 2015 unless we win 4 conference games. To lose to any of those 3 signals more work has to be done to bring in players. A good college football team should win all 3, a great college team should make it 3 blowouts against CSU, UMass and Hawaii. Oregon would beat all 3 by 50 points.
If we drop one of those, we go 4-8 tops.
We can't lose any non conference games this year. Our ooc schedule is absolutely pathetic and to lose one of these games would really make me doubt mac's ability to lead this team out of the hole we are in.
We should win them all no doubt. But losing one of them could happen, that is why they play the game. Georgia Southern had no business winning at The Swamp last year and they did. **** happens. Bad games happen. A single loss cannot be the lone judgement on this staff, not with the hole we are in.
accurate. A loss, however, will not be a good sign.
Agreed. However I am more than willing to wait until all 12 (hopefully 13) have been played before I pass judgement on the staff and this season.
I'm not saying we fire the staff in the event of a loss or anything. I'm just saying that it would be a pretty troubling sign. These teams are literally some of the worst teams in the whole frigging country and we should not be losing to them.
2-1 Lose to CSU. I won't be happy, but understand. I see a pretty decent team by the end of the year and a middle of the road PAC 12 squad in 2015.
P.S. I predict tini will get very upset at my prediction of a loss to the Rams.
Not upset, just highly disagree with it for reasons already stated. In a little over a week it will be shown that you were wrong so I'm not going to argue that anymore
I really hope I am wrong too.
Everyone is hoping that crow is on the menu. :wink2:
3-0. CSU will be ugly, but I expect double digit wins over both UMass and Hawaii. I don't think we beat ASU-Taylor Kelly is the best pro prospect at QB in our league, and they've got the bulk of their offense coming back. I don't think we get spanked like in years past.
Put me down for a sweep.
As for ASU...that team is a monkey on CU's back. Never beat them in the desert. Never beat them at home.
2013: 54-13 @ASU
2012: 51-17 ASU in Boulder
2011: 48-14 @ASU
2007: 33-14 @ASU
2006: 21-3 ASU in Boulder
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