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2012 Stanford Football Preview

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    This weekend is homecoming... which means... something.* Damn it, I swear I had something for this.* I'm sorry, it's just the haze of losing has stunted my memory.* Wait... it's coming back to me...*

    In recent history, at least, homecoming has meant that CU is about to get their asses kicked.* Since squeaking by Oklahoma on Kevin Eberhart's last-second field goal in 2007 the Buffs have lost four-straight homecoming games by an average of 22.25 points.* Included in that is last season's 45-2 disaster against Oregon.
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    Don't mind him, he's just livin' the dream.
    To be fair, you could pick any random game since that miracle over Oklahoma and have a 69% change of picking a loss (CU is 20-45 since that day), but they've been remarkably consistent in treating the returning alumni to **** performances.

    Based on that open, I bet you can tell where this preview is headed... but don't forget to*GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY! :)

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    Kickoff from sun-splashed Folsom Field is set for high noon on Saturday.* Coverage can be seen on FX (I don't know why CU keeps getting the non Pac-12 Networks slots, but they do), and heard on 850 KOA.

    Click below for the preview...

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    This weekend is homecoming... which means... something.* Damn it, I swear I had something for this.* I'm sorry, it's just the haze of losing has stunted my memory.* Wait... it's coming back to me...*

    In recent history, at least, homecoming has meant that CU is about to get their asses kicked.* Since squeaking by Oklahoma on Kevin Eberhart's last-second field goal in 2007 the Buffs have lost four-straight homecoming games by an average of 22.25 points.* Included in that is last season's 45-2 disaster against Oregon.
    [​IMG]
    Don't mind him, he's just livin' the dream.
    To be fair, you could pick any random game since that miracle over Oklahoma and have a 69% change of picking a loss (CU is 20-45 since that day), but they've been remarkably consistent in treating the returning alumni to **** performances.

    Based on that open, I bet you can tell where this preview is headed... but don't forget to*GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY! :)

    --

    Kickoff from sun-splashed Folsom Field is set for high noon on Saturday.* Coverage can be seen on FX (I don't know why CU keeps getting the non Pac-12 Networks slots, but they do), and heard on 850 KOA.

    Click below for the preview...

    Read more »[​IMG]
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    Originally posted by The Rumblings of a Deranged Buffalo
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