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Buffs make the list for "FP's 2009 Top-20 Non-Conference College Football games"

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by BuffSurveyor, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. BuffSurveyor

    BuffSurveyor Club Member Club Member

    Jun 14, 2008
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  2. Unleash Hell

    Unleash Hell Well-Known Member

    Jul 8, 2005
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    This one has bull**** written all over it, Mizzou is gonna suck donkey balls this year.:lol:

    14- Illinois v Missouri (St. Louis) Sept 5 - So pick the score this season... (watch it will be 14-10). At some point Missouri needs to get over the top if they are going to break out into the powerhouse they should be. Lots of talent to have to replace on offense for both clubs. Still this is, at the moment, the most enjoyable shootout to watch every season.
  3. RalphieSpeaks

    RalphieSpeaks Club Member Club Member

    Sep 23, 2005
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    I am not really pumped for the WVU game but will probably still end up going....
  4. zbuff

    zbuff Juiceful and useful. Club Member

    Jan 3, 2009
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    The article is well-intentioned but pathetic as a piece of writing, let alone the stupid assessments. He even makes fun of his own placing of ucla-tennessee, then doesn't justify it. Not worth reading, really.
  5. RuffBuff

    RuffBuff Club Member Club Member

    Sep 12, 2006
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    this is done by john fricke....fox sports radio personality and huskerpedia member.

    its just one guys opinion.
  6. calibuff81

    calibuff81 New Member

    Aug 12, 2008
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    Scout has it....


    26. Colorado at West Virginia, Sept. 26
    Give Colorado credit for not ducking the big game considering it already has its annual non-conference war with Colorado State to deal with, but the program has to start winning games like these on the road. Last year, the Buffs beat the Mountaineers in a strange 17-14 overtime win with Cody Hawkins throwing two touchdown passes in the first five minutes for a 14-0 CU lead. The Colorado offense did absolutely nothing the rest of the way, while the Mountaineers rolled up 311 yards of rushing offense. With a trip to Texas next on tap, CU has to


    45. Colorado vs. Colorado State, Sept. 5
    This might be the most entertaining under-the-radar rivalry in college football. Every game is an interesting battle, including last year’s 38-17 Colorado win that saw back-to-back kickoff returns for scores. The previous six meetings have been decided by a touchdown or less, and this year’s game should be another tight battle. A loss for Colorado would instantly turn the flames up on the Dan Hawkins hot seat, while Colorado State can make a huge early statement

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