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Vote for the ultimate college football team

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Unleash Hell, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    A few buffs, mostly on special teams. Rivals ultimate team


    There were some buffs who I though should have been candidates instead of other s they had on the list.
     
  2. Duff Man

    Duff Man Moderator Club Member Junta Member

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    The running backs are sick. Barry Sanders and Bo Jackson in the same backfield?:wow:
     
  3. absinthe

    absinthe Ambitious but rubbish. Club Member Junta Member

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    They are rating too much of that on their pro careers or fame not actual college performances.
     
  4. wsp4820

    wsp4820 Sally Club Member Junta Member

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    I agree. Ben Kelly was a better kick/punt returner than JB, in my opinion. But Bloom is a nominee because of his name and Olympic history while Kelly isn't.
     
  5. 4DemBuffs

    4DemBuffs Most admired poster Club Member

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    and how in the hell are there no CU linebackers to choose from? :wtf:

    if i remember correctly, SI in the last issue of the '90's put CU in as LB U while rating the best overall positions of all college football teams.

    I understand this is not a SI poll but geeze. not one CU 'backer to pick?:huh:
     
  6. Waylon Van Smack

    Waylon Van Smack Well-Known Member

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    RB Barry Sanders (22.7%) Oklahoma State 1985-1988
    RB Earl Campbell (3.5%) Texas 1974-1977
    QB Tommie Frazier (12.4%) Nebraska 1992-1995
    WR Irving Fryar (3.3%) Nebraska 1981-1983
    WR Johnny Rodgers (3.4%) Nebraska 1970-1972
    OL Jerry Sisemore (0.5%) Texas 1970-1972
    OL Aaron Taylor (1%) Notre Dame 1990-1993
    OL Dave Rimington (4.9%) Nebraska 1979-1982
    OL Will Shields (4%) Nebraska 1989-1992
    OL Dean Steinkuhler (2.1%) Nebraska 1981-1983
    TE Junior Miller (2.7%) Nebraska 1977-1979

    DL Rich Glover (1.5%) Nebraska 1970-1972
    DL Kenneth Sims (0.2%) Texas 1978-1981
    DL Tommie Harris (2.7%) Oklahoma 2001-2003
    DL Leslie O'Neal (0.2%) Oklahoma State 1982-1985
    LB Trev Alberts (2.6%) Nebraska 1990-1993
    LB Ray Lewis (12.3%) Miami 1993-1995
    LB Larry Station (0.2%) Iowa 1982-1985
    DB Roy Williams (3.7%) Oklahoma 1999-2001
    DB Aaron Glenn (0.4%) Texas A&M 1992-1993
    DB Johnnie Johnson (0.2%) Texas 1976-1979
    DB Ronnie Lott (15.1%) USC 1977-1980

    PK Nate Kaeding (2.2%) Iowa 2000-2003
    P Reggie Roby (10.3%) Iowa 1979-1982
    KR Johnny Rodgers (7.4%) Nebraska 1970-1972

    HC Tom Osborne (13.4%) Nebraska 1973-1997
     
  7. MiamiBuffs

    MiamiBuffs Wᴉɐɯᴉ qnɟɟs Club Member

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    Agreed. Charlie Ward was probably one of the better college QBs I had ever seen.

    The HC list totally sucks...

    Bobby Bowden (13.5%)
    Bear Bryant (35.3%)
    Pete Carroll (7.3%)
    Woody Hayes (4.6%)
    John McKay (0.9%)
    Tom Osborne (13.6%)
    Joe Paterno (9.7%)
    Darrell Royal (2.6%)
    Steve Spurrier (7%)
    Barry Switzer (4%)
    John Vaught (1%)

    Where is Neuheisel? :devil2:

    Seriously, how about Schembechler? Newt Rockne? Alonso Stagg? Pop Warner.
     
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  8. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    Bud Wilkenson
     
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    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

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    lol, big time fusker homerism there, funny how not one fusker is a leader in the actual poll right now, especially seeing how there is nothing to do in Nebraska and the entire fusker fan base lives and dies on the internet.

    Also, I would argue to the day I die that Osborne is not the greatest coach ever, not even close. He was Barry Switzer's bitch and started to become Bill McCartneys bitch until he was saved by one of the best college QB's of all time in Tommie Frazier, who Osborne lucked out on because he wanted to go to CU until they got Detmer.
     
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  10. Waylon Van Smack

    Waylon Van Smack Well-Known Member

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    homerism??? NO ****?.... Ya think?.... talk about none of the Huskers leading in their respective positions but where are all the mighty buffies? At least I had the opportunity to be a homer in this pole:thumbsup:.but hey cu might have a kicker and punter make it. :finger2: :smile2:

    Switzer was a great coach, one of my favorites, much better than that ratface punk in there now. I really miss those days of the triple option for both NU and OU. We will never know about Mac... you might be right (but probably are not)..... lets just hope the terms you put to the argument continue for decades to come brutha.
     

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