Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by 4DemBuffs, Oct 9, 2011.
I was there and had forgotten a few things-
forgot that CU kicked a 57 yd FG
forgot about all those fumbles
Embree is ****ing PISSED at 11:59
:lol: good catch.
That was awesome. Can't wait until we have that kind of turnaround game again.
Was there a Cheat Blakeman sighting in there, or did I imagine that?
A very helpful reminder that ONE GAME can change a program. You need to be ready to take that chance when you get it like CU did on this day, as Stanford did @ USC in 2007.
Nice to hear Larry Zimmer at the top of his game.
that was a great day.
"Men, this is as sweet as it gets!"-coach Mac after the game to team in lockeroom
Still my favorite game of all time. :nod:
For those too young to remember - the game wasn't televised - why televise a game between the undefeated (and 3rd-ranked) Cornhuskers against a 2-4 Buff team which hadn't defeated Nebraska in 17 years?
But there was so much clamour for the tape of the game, that CU patched together game tape and the KOA telecast ... best $7.50 I ever spent! :thumbsup:
It was televised on AFN. I watched it in my barracks room in Germany.
That game was the absolute highlight of my college experience. We "tore" down the goal post and carried the pieces to the hill. I will never forget watching three guys hanging from the post before it toppled, and seeing them land flat on their backs with the post on top of them. Could not believe they got up.....
The crowd noise from Jeff Campbell's TD was the loudest I have heard at Folsom.
Awesome. Folsom must have been CRAZY!
If it was, I would love to see the tape, but I don't think it exists. That's why what you see here is a spliced together package of game film and KOA radio coverage.
According to the CU record book http://www.cubuffs.com/fls/600/foot...ision_appearances_pg304-307.pdf?DB_OEM_ID=600, the game was not televised.
Good stuff. Too bad Oliver's knees went to hell on him. Had almost forgotten just how slippery Campbell was in the open field.
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