Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Liver, Nov 17, 2013.
I have to admit, it would be a fantastic way to finish the season. Totally improbable, but hey, why not us, right?
Translation: I used to live in SoCal, I am now in NorCal. I know tons of people who are USC fans. The Cal fans were shut up and I now want full bragging rights after those arrogant a-holes ridiculed me for all those years.
After USC's win over Stanford, I wouldn't be surprised if the Buffs did win. I think they will come in here way over confident and looking past the Buffs for a showdown with uCla to claim the south division. That would be our signature win.
We're going bowling!
It would be a nice festivus present. Yesterday was a big step forward for CU fans in the region as ribbing was noticeably absent.
If you're not cheating, your not trying?
Good gawd that would be sweet. I think it's possible (but would be really tough) for us to beat the Utes... but if we beat USC? Wow. That'd help get the program back on the map.
How did you do this?
So 'The Ogre' = Bethesda = BethesdaBuff?
recruiting would blow up from the second the fat lady starts singing, could you imagine?
When I said "signature win" I didn't know these peckerwoods would be playing like they are lol. Everything would have to go perfect for it to happen. I mean, in the parts of the game against Stanford I watched, USC was more physical. That's not good.
This a Rube Goldberg game...everything has to go right to have a chance. Not going to happen, but I hope they look good.
I really, really, really want this game. Considering the recruiting and bowl implications that a win would produce, this is the biggest game that CU has played since (probably) Nebraska in 2009, arguably longer (a Buff fan longer in the tooth might say biggest game since 2005).
Neb 2010? That was for a bowl game
sure, they are bigger, faster, stronger, more athletic overall, more experienced, etc.
but, that doesn't mean we can't win. we just.need.a.miracle.
i'm hoping for a snowstorm, ice everywhere, and maybe a couple of key early mistakes that lead to scores for the Buffs. then, just hold on and pray. that's the strategy.
CU played USC pretty tough last year despite a ridiculous 6 turnovers or something like that. IIRC our DL/OL actually did pretty well. Having said that they are much better this year, at least right now
head says usc wins 63-10 or so.
heart hopes for a miracle.
MacIntyre in running for P12 coach of the year with a USC victory and NCAA honors when he gets CU to the Pinstripe Bowl this year.
Anybody up for hosing down the field at about 3:30?
I'm not falling for that again!
Ever hear of dollar cost averaging?
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