Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by TSchekler, Jul 1, 2019.
We'll start with our guy Six-Zero
Obligatory GOAT gameday intro.
#'s 99 thru 61 would like to have a word with you.
Not a full intro, but the song they use coming back from commercial breaks makes me happy
You should have started the thread 39 days earlier then smh
You shudda woke up from your nap 39 days earlier.
At first I thought this was another premature thread. Then I thought about it a bit and for several reasons I'm more excited about CU football this season then I have been in many years. The season countdown is not premature. GO BUFFS!
i used to teach college at CU and U of Denver in the 00's and a little more.....i was always divided about this time in summer.....i wanted vacation to go forever, but i also wanted football too......
not to be too much Buddhist.....you just take it as it comes. is is is. ha.
#57 - I got nobody
Last Friday - Tim Lynott Jr
Last Saturday - Brett Tonz (apparently no longer on the team)
Sunday - Sean Tufts
Monday - Nate Landman
No offense but I may have gone with this national champ at #52
I was 2 years old at the time so he didn’t stick out in my mind and it was the only 52 I could find
When in doubt, check with @FlaBuff for any numbers in the 50s or 60s!
Might need his help tomorrow and Thursday
Great player who deserves recognition.
Even more notable because he was a pathfinder. He had type 1 diabetes and was one of the first to play both college and pro football with it at such a high level.
I request names get posted with pictures, please.
I thought he was referring 2 decades.
I see Jay regularly, as my daughter is friends with his step-daughters - he's a great guy. Fate seems to have oddly connected me with the great centers of my earlier years, as one of my sons swims with Tom Nalen's daughter, and I see him regularly too.
#51 - I got nobody
Maybe @FlaBuff can chime in on this one.
Alex Ligon DE, #51, Barnett era guy.
Plati delivers on this stuff:
Every Buff fan should read the history, best players / teams / plays, etc sections of the media guide:
Might be one of the least notable numbers in the years I have been following the team. Tom Ashworth maybe?
There is one notable guy at CU who wore #51. He was a multi-year starter who then went on to a long career in the NFL as a key protector for Broncos QBs, he even won a Super Bowl ring.
Answer - It was a trick question. Matt Lepsis was assigned #51 when he was a freshman at CU, he changed to #88 when he switched to TE.
Separate names with a comma.