QB- Webb is bad. Bad to the point you can't even say what he is good at. Can't throw long and can't throw short is a bad combination. I don't know how much worse Wood or Herschman are, but at this point who cares. Make a change. RB- Nothing at all to be excited about. No Pow means no chance. WR- I can only assume there is some type of agreement that prevents CU from sending Thomas in for plays other than the bubble screen and end-around. TE- Kasa has some great skills. We must be saving him for games later in the year. OL- We field people in that position. DL- Nothing exiting. Handled easily last night. Of course when you rush 3 it isn't hard, and when we blitzed they simply tossed a screen for 30. LB- Probably the worst part of the team. Constantly out of position, and when they somehow manage to be in the correct spot they can't tackle. The next play that any of the LB's make will be the first play they have made all year. DB- Very young but at least putting in some effort. All of are coaches are a joke. Embree looks lost. Whoever our OC is calls the most predictable plays in the history of football. When every DB is in press coverage the bubble screen is not going to work. There is no chance for the one WR to get out and make a block. I saw it, everyone in the stands saw it. Our OC must have decided that if you run it 27 times, eventually it has to work. The DC has no clue how to make any adjustments. ASU in the second half could run any play they wanted and the D was clueless to stop anything. But really all I kept thinking about last night during the beatdown were the new scoreboards. They pretty much sum up CU's attitude towards football. The north board looks great. The size fits perfectly on top of the Dal Ward building. Then you look at the south board and the first thing you notice is the ribbon boards are 3x as wide as the scoreboard. The effect at night made the board look even smaller than it is. It was the equivalent of having a 27" TV hanging on the wall at home in a space designed for a 55" TV. CU does a nice job at one end, and then does it completely half-assed at the other.