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Super Tuesday Grab Bag: A Split in LA

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    So, as you may have heard, CU didn't earn the commitment of highly pursued five-star guard Tyler Dorsey. Instead, the 40-point scoring machine will be attending the University of Oregon. Yes, before you ask, vomiting a little in your mouth is*an appropriate reaction to hearing this news.
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    Not entirely unexpected, it still stings a little bit, not only because of how little I view Dana Altman and his program (and the fact that he stayed in the Pac-12 at all), but because of how much I coveted Dorsey's offensive spark being added to the 2015-16 mix. *Scoring has been a struggle for the team this year (duh), and a little single-guard creativity seemed to be the cure-all headed into next. *Yes, Josh Fortune waits in the wings, but this program still needs more scoring punch from the backcourt. *As Ski has proved this season, going at it alone can only take you so far.

    Sadly, however, disappointment is one of life's least fleeting pleasures, so we'd all best get to looking past this. The non-commitment leaves CU's one-scholarship 2015 recruiting class still wide open, although the prospect of advancing the time table on Deleon Brown remains. Beyond that... I... have nothing. Nothing at all. *This really kind of sucks. *Happy Tuesday, y'all!

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    Today in the bag, I'm talking the loss in Los Angeles, the Superbowl, and Marshawn Lynch.

    Click below for the bag...

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    So, as you may have heard, CU didn't earn the commitment of highly pursued five-star guard Tyler Dorsey. Instead, the 40-point scoring machine will be attending the University of Oregon. Yes, before you ask, vomiting a little in your mouth is*an appropriate reaction to hearing this news.
    [​IMG]

    Not entirely unexpected, it still stings a little bit, not only because of how little I view Dana Altman and his program (and the fact that he stayed in the Pac-12 at all), but because of how much I coveted Dorsey's offensive spark being added to the 2015-16 mix. *Scoring has been a struggle for the team this year (duh), and a little single-guard creativity seemed to be the cure-all headed into next. *Yes, Josh Fortune waits in the wings, but this program still needs more scoring punch from the backcourt. *As Ski has proved this season, going at it alone can only take you so far.

    Sadly, however, disappointment is one of life's least fleeting pleasures, so we'd all best get to looking past this. The non-commitment leaves CU's one-scholarship 2015 recruiting class still wide open, although the prospect of advancing the time table on Deleon Brown remains. Beyond that... I... have nothing. Nothing at all. *This really kind of sucks. *Happy Tuesday, y'all!

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    Today in the bag, I'm talking the loss in Los Angeles, the Superbowl, and Marshawn Lynch.

    Click below for the bag...

    Read more »[​IMG]

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