Now that that is out of the way. This is the blueprint and the model for how CU football will be played in years to come and I couldn't be more excited. Our o-line looked nasty and exploited their D-line. Our RB's hardly went down on first contact. Our QB was smart and efficient (minus the pick 6) and the passing game complimented the run game instead of the other way around. Our D was swarming to the ball in most cases, our secondary made plays when they had to. Our LB's had some huge plays (and hits, thank you major for that highlight) It was obvious that we are not a finished product. That we still have a ways to go in terms of talent and experience. (The last AZ scoring drive with those 10yard out passes and then the receiver would just step out of bounds was unacceptable for our secondary and LB corps) But a win is a win against a quality opponent ( i understand they are 2-8, but as many have pointed out, they look like a better team than that) Our D bent but didnt break, our O was dominant at times, and others was still plenty good enough to secure the win. The play calling on O was balanced and yet had enough surprises to keep us from being predictable. Our lines controlled scrimmage. Our seniors finally looked like seniors today. I couldnt be more proud of our Buffaloes. Good Job Embo, EB, and Brown on an awesome game. Just do it again on Saturday then we will really be rolling. I cant wait for this weekend to be there in LA to witness the last nail in Neuheisal's coffin.