Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buff4bcs1985, Nov 5, 2011.
you, the boulder daily camera and everyone who read the article before you posted this. and....this is just a hunch but, the PA announcer probably said who was presenting the trophies as well. so everyone in the stadium that was paying attention or could hear also knew. all 12 of them. :lol:
man lands on the moon?
Don't let him give you **** bcs. I can tell you that no one watching tv saw it. Then again, considering that ESPN is generally considered the gold standard of college football game production, and that they were making a big deal about it being in 3-D, the camera work pretty much sucked. Lots of bad angles and missed action.
I didn't think you were sober enough to observe that last night. Did you read about it today?
well, didn't see it myself. i was in st louis last night and had a 4:30 am wake up call. i watched the game until half. i got home today around 6 pm. when i got home, i changed clothes, poured a drink, got on the internet and read the BDC. first article i read had in the notes that CU won the very first official PAC12 championship and it was presented at half. that was at about 6:30 to 7 pm east coast time.
i guess im just a 35 year old asshole! :smile2:
St Louis. I've only flown through there 1 time on SWA and my recollection is, that it was one, butt ugly airport.
To me, Minnesota's airport is the worst. Literally how I picture purgatory. Except no dead babies. At least not in the concourses.
that it is. but one thing about the hotel we stay at there. it is a nice hotel and has a **** ton of pics of the old TWA in the 40's, 50's and 60's of clebes getting onboard and some FA's. every floor has these types of pics along with the airplanes they were getting on. it was so neat. first time i have stayed at this hotel. STL was a major hub for TWA in the days before the death star took them over.
honestly, didnt see one hot FA. that was kind of a let down.
and glory hole cruising congressmen and 4dem i didnt see any article or hear the pa announcer
I'm no congressman, but I'm willing to learn.
ahh yes... metro state at work....
Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott attended Friday's game and presented the conference championship trophies to the CU men's and women's cross country teams on the field after the first quarter. Mark Wetmore's Buffs were the first official Pac-12 champions after sweeping the conference meet a week ago in Litchfield Park, Ariz
i dont read the daily camera that often... sue me
wait... did i read that right? it was not during halftime. it was between the quarters. well now....
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