Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by DBT, Apr 22, 2008.
Works great with my schedule, other than that it sucks
$100,000 question: Does this mean beer will be served?
Who are you kidding...no way.
I guess I can deal with the new time, just need to shift the weekend plans around from the usual Labor Day thing. Of course, I refuse to go to that game anymore so I have to just get to where I am meeting the group to watch the game.
club level only...as always....i'm sure
If it ends up on national TV, I think it's a great deal.
What game are we talking about?
They're proposing to move the CU-CSU game to Sunday, August 31st, because the City of Denver's resources are stretched really thin on Saturday the 30th because of the Democratic Convention.
I don't think it matters either way.
The ONLY game on Sunday night on NATIONAL TV... that's a no brainer, anyone who thinks this is a bad idea needs to rethink things.
1. Love night games.
2. Finally, a chance to really tailgate!
I approve. Sunday night, proper tailgating, and I'll live with the one fewer day to get ready for E. Washington......
Night games were a curse last season. Hawk has to get that fixed.
I'm not worried about CSewe. It's the WVag game where playing in the dark might adversely influence the spread.
I like the idea, although I'm gonna have to take it off work now!:sad1:
I love it! National TV, you can buy booze on gameday, you dont have to drink at 6am and no work on monday. Bring on the Rammies
Nice, now we'll get to tell recruits they'll be playing on Sundays.
haha, good one, rep
If they take care of business, they'll play in 4 different NFL stadiums this year.
As I was planning to attend the game on Saturday (cousin's wedding is in Denver on Sunday) this sucks for me. But, since a nationally televised game means more money to CU and more exposure for CU - I think it is probably a good move.
I think it would be a good move, there's usually only a few games on Labor Day Sunday and this is typically a pretty dead sports Sunday since the NFL decided about 6 years ago not to start their season on this weekend anymore for some unknown reason.
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