Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by letsgoavs192, Nov 14, 2015.
A girl probably lied to him for all you know
If I tweeted, I'd tweet that every ****ing morning.
I think it's natural to question since we're in year 3 and still seeing similar results
Losing by three to usc is not similar results. I assume that is the closest colorado has been to ever beating USC in the history of the program.
Yes, progress. But sooner or later we're going to have to get over the hump. You think the players don't see that too?
You are always going to have about 10% that just don't give a **** or buy in. You play those that do. If it is FB related, Mac will say good bye. We have talent at WR and Ross is probably 5th best.
You play who buys in. Losing really sucks but to say we should have beat USC is something we have never uttered in PAC 12. We are there. Next year is when we get over the hump or Mac is gone. It is pretty simple.
If it is football related, not surprising; yesterday's loss put the bowl game goal out of reach. Now, whether that frustration belongs on twitter is a different subject. As Herm Edwards would say 'don't press send.'
Good lord. You think that we are frustrated? Just think how the players feel. This is absolutely nothing. After the game everybody was pissed off. I think it's a good sign people care because I'm not sure how much they did a couple years ago. I remember jordan Webb after a game saying we wanna win cause the parties are better. This is nothing.
I'm sorry if he feels that way; hopefully more of the guys still believe and have enough pride to continue fighting.
Then leave if u don't believe in it.
Honestly, there are a lot of things to critique mac for and I agree with a lot of the points you have about him but his players play their ass off for him and it appears they genuinely love their coach. I don't think that is a concern but obviously I could be wrong.
Frustrated kid, not the end of the world.
Not everything in life is football.
Are we really going to analyze a tweet when we have no context of what he's talking about... in a thread where the ignorance is dramatically highlighted by his name even being spelled incorrectly in the title?
I seems political to pretend a tweet right after another disappointing loss might not be about what just happened. I'd have to guess he is intentionally being vague because he is venting while trying his best not to specifically throw the team under the bus.
We should call you the pisser.
I hope his position coach is with him today.
Why don't you just DM him and ask for the true meaning of the tweet? Always funny when grown ass men try to decipher a 20 year olds Twitter posts.
You assholes misinterpret my posts all the time!
Considering you misinterpret your own posts, I don't feel too bad.
I'm more surprised that when he grabbed for his phone to tweet this that it didn't wobble off his fingers and land out of reach.
This could mean anything. Probably best to drop this conversation entirely.
Since I just accidentally retweeted this, can someone please explain to me wtf it means.
I'll help you out a little
-The character is Goku from the anime show dragonball
-Savage is a term used by some people
-The glasses come from the popular "deal with it" gifs
The rest is up to you to determine
I don't think this graphic means a great deal Buffnik. If you read his tweets for the past several days, Devin and his cousin (Steven Mitchell Jr. who plays for USC) were tweeting about playing on the same field again. Devin posted a photo of them in uniform from Friday night with the title "Family full of savages" --- "savage" is apparently an inside joke. Saying "my mood every day" is savage can be taken at face value. It's another way of saying Carpe Diem.
This Devin Ross character must be off his rocker. Did he even watch the game against USC? WE ONLY LOST BY 3 POINTS! That's almost as good as a win! In fact, you could even argue that it's better than a win!!!
Yeah, the 3 point loss garners a lot more sympathy than a close win.
And it HAS been argued many times the past few years.
Old people deconstructing the tweets of young athletes. What a time to be alive.
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