Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffedup, Nov 3, 2009.
Agreed. I thank him for believing in the Buffs and wish him future success.
Pretty much echoes my sentiments.
I hope him the best of luck and gets into a system that works better for him.
I want him to succeed but want Slick to fail miserably. Oh the dilemma.
I hate how that ****er is gaining players at our expense.
Exactly.....I will struggle cheering for the guy in a fucla uniform
GL man... transfer to cal.
ill watch him every chance i get cause he has all the talent in the world the system he needs to be in is a system that allows the best players on the field !!! btw hawky you screwed d.scott over now bend over and take your screwing cause you just dont know yet your on your way out......karma wins every time !!
Yeah. I hope Darryl absolutely destroys defenses when he gets back on the field. He deserves one hell of a lot more than dan hawkins.
Best of luck to ya DS....sad to see ya go
Darrell, Darrell, we hardly knew thee.
Best of luck, Darrell. Tear them up where ever you end up (hopefully USC) and end up a #1 draft pick.
Hate to say this but I wish, for his sake, that he'd gone to Texas in the first place.
Best of luck to him, hope he does well wherever he ends up. I'll be pulling for him. Sad deal that we never really got to see what he was really capable of while he was here.
Good Luck Darrel and best wishes going forward.
I wish you nothing but the best Darrell. Wherever you end up I hope you tear it up. :thumbsup:
I guess it's a good thing. I can go to some UCLA games and cheer for an offense filled with ex Buffs.
disagree with a lot
the sentiment here seems mostly anti-DH, which is fine. But, DS chose a really cowardly way to leave - both the timing and the way he told the coaches (text, not returning calls). he is staying in school anyway, he could have waited rather than hurting the team. Speedy was quoted as saying he knew DS would be transferring, he was just shocked he did it this way and now.
I had great hopes for him, but he has been a very poor performer. maybe this is his way of defusing the fact he hasn't cut it (altho I very much agree DH never gave him enuf chances, he just did very little with thiose he had)
will always be a big DS fan.
Early morning LA sports-radio is laughing about "Colorado's bungling of Scott", saying that this is great news for every West Coast football program because it sends a "clear message to stay away from Colorado, and probably the Big 12, too."
They talked about the "Markie Houston" situation where he'd run afoul of Eric Bieniemy as being Sign 1 that Colorado should be avoided, and now the West Coast high-schoolers see another one.
"CU players get the coach's son as the only quarterback, and California record setters sit on the bench, have claims of being injured used for their bench time but can still run back kickoffs, the most dangerous single play in football."
Well... I can forgive them for not knowing the all the QB facts.
That's only one station. I'm sure the rest of LA's sports talk shows don't pay any attention to a former Calif star's likely return to the LA area.
And how many high schoolers pay any attention to sports-radio? They probably spend more time tweeting and texting instead. I'm sure this has zero impact on all of CU's recruits. Kind of like the dinosaurs saying, "Bright light in sky, heading for us? Naw, not important..."
Especially the part in bold. Actually, it should read more like "gets into a system that uses him properly"
Re: disagree with a lot
I call bull$hit...Darrell is just giving the coaches back some of the medicine they gave him. Everyone knows he has been severely dicked around and never really given an opportunity to succeed. You reap what you sow Hawkins and Hagan...you give disrespect you get it...NOW GO THE F*CK AWAY!!!
The only reason Stewart is the #1 back is because our offensive line is pitiful. If we had an o-line that could run block, even moderately well, Scott would have piled up way more yards than Speedy. Speedy is better at making the first guy miss but does not do much through the second layer of the d-fense. Give Scott a bit of a hole and he would have done some damage. Hopefully we see him do htat damage in 2011 at UCLA.
I understand Hagan's unpleasant view of his information receipt. "Lack of face to face" was Scott's easy way out, and the better question is "Why did Darrell need to take that easy way?" Obviously, the relationship wasn't good enough to avoid hard times and Scott made the choice that HIS easy way was sufficient.
He's been subordinate and the recipient of coaching decisions. Now they are on the receiving end and don't appreciate it.
I understand all of that.
I think it's lame that he can't look the coaches in the eye and tell them he's leaving and why. It's a cop out and not what our coaches and university deserve after what we invested in him. LAME
Cali, yes. I wonder why he thought they did deserve it?
Cowardly? Cowardly is Hagan taking shots at Scott in the media. Who cares how a 20 year old kids handles a very difficult situation? He wanted to leave, who here can blame him? People were probably telling him he was headed straight to the NFL since he was a junior in HS. 2 years here and they still won't give him the ball, I don't blame him at all for transferring.
Darrell - best wishes. But if you think you're leaving an F'ed up coach in Boulder to a more trustworthy guy at UCLA, you are in for the surprise of a lifetime. We call him Slick Rick for a reason (several, actually).
Wow. I was pretty pissed yesterday. I'm still feeling grumpy.
I wonder if J-Flew thinks RN is Slick Rick the rapper? La di da di.
Classy. I could be wrong, but Darrell supposedly had 4% body fat during the spring. A real fat *** eh? Way to stereotype the hell out of both of them as well.
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