Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Hi.O, Sep 12, 2009.
Weber St hung with Wyoming. Transitivity doesn't work in CFB, but I'm thinking Wyo is going to be on par with CSU.
CSU better roll them in the 2nd half. If not, what does it say about how bad we are?
Ugh... Weber State up 20-17
****, I was hoping CSU was really good. Looks to be the same old lammie team, their season is over after CU win or lose.
:doh: Every team is an NFL team when they play us, then the following week their true colors come out in order to let the world know how much we suck for losing to them.
If we lose to Wyoming does that mean that Weber State count also count a victory against us?
Even worse. The Kettles didn't really hang with Wyo. They put up a couple late scores to make that one look closer. And if WSU beats CSU, you could conclude Wyo is quite a bit better than CU.
But I'm still holding out hope it doesn't turn out that way on the field... :gobuffs:
Why aren't you at the game?
awake from 7am Friday morning til 11am Saturday, just woke up and go back to work at 10pm tonight.
Ahh, I know the feeling with work conflicting with FB season
I want the lambs to lose so that the Denver media just ignores college football in the area, and we don't have to hear them slurping lambie ****
Weber st threatening again.
EDIT: Nevermind CSU INT
Yea I found out I have to 10/10 and 11/7. issed3:
Rammies go up 24-23
Not that I buy into conspiracies but people keep mentioning that some of the players have given up on DH, in part because of him playing favorites. I look at Csewe struggling w/ Weber f-in state and I see Purdue (who sux) beat Toledo and we get spanked by both of them. It does make wonder if the coaching really is that shhitty (it is), these opponents really that good (there most certainly are not), we really dont have any talent (not true we do have some talent), we are very very young (somewhat) or perhaps there is something to that. Are the players giving up because they are unhappy with the staff?
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