Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffLuKe, Sep 26, 2007.
I wish you would get a little fired up.
OU has more players from the state of Oklahoma than CU has players from Colorado. OOOPS.
Loadholt was a LSU signee not CU.
The NCAA never found any money that goes to whores for recruits.
CU has 35 kids from CO, OU from the roster on the OU site has 31.
Loadholt was a CU signee out of HS. At the time he was more known for being a basketball player than FB player. He did not have the grades to get into CU, and went the Juco route. In Juco he really blossomed and started to get more attention from the more prominent schools.
Scroll down, about 3/4 the way down
" Which is why despite Loadholt's intention to make football his future -- he was a two-way force in high school, and was headed to Colorado before low ACT scores detoured him to Garden City -- college basketball coaches came calling.
"I had a couple offers from (NCAA) D-2 schools around Colorado," Loadholt said. "Southern Illinois looked at me." "
Not quite sure what you were trying to say with your last sentence though.
I think you've made it clear that you have no idea what you are talking about.
"Sometimes it's best to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt"
Is it true Barry Switzer was splitting the DC's wife's uprights back in '78? I heard that's why Roland Sales ran Hog Wild all over the Sooners in the Orange Bowl. The story goes the DC called the worst D formations he could to assure Moonshine Barry wouldn't get another NC. If true I guess that's the screwing you get for the screwing you got.
Is Charles Thompson out of jail yet? Are the Big Red Auto guys actually requiring the players to show up for work to get their payoffs?
Did the trailer park get DSL yet or are you still on dial up?
Really, we'd like to know.
BTW, the NCAA didn't find money going to whores here either...nice try though.
this may have something to do with this:
And just to drive the point home a little further
Phil Loadholt is another future Buff developing his skills at Garden City this fall. The massive 6-foot-9, 320-pound lineman is a freshman that expects to head out to Boulder in 2006. He is currently redshirting his first season for the Broncbusters.
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