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40 years ago tonight.

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffalo30, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. buffalo30

    buffalo30 Active Member

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    Yeah, It was a long time ago, but a good memory. All of us would like to see Jon Embree and staff get the team there and beyond someday.

    Colorado 29 Houston 17

    #3 in the Nation.

    http://www.mmbolding.com/bowls/Bluebonnet_1971.htm
     
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  2. Idot Buff

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    Nice....thanks for the memories.....

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  3. BehindEnemyLines

    BehindEnemyLines beware the habu Club Member

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    I watched that game. That was a helluva year.
     
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    Remember my post about Mark Cooney? He was on that team. God bless you Mark!
     
  5. buffalo30

    buffalo30 Active Member

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    Thanks for mentioning Mark. He was more than a good guy. It bothered me too much to post anything when I learned of his passing. His locker was next to mine. I only knew him that one season as he was a sophomore and I had made the team as a scrub, walk-on, varsity reserve as a senior. I had some eligibility left, but went to grad school the next year. Mark was a good player, always hustled and was somewhat quiet off the field. He got to play a year with the Green Bay Packers after graduating. Rest in Peace, Mark. And God bless.
    Take care, everyone.
     
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