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I have to say...

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by buffwoman526, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. buffwoman526

    buffwoman526 Club Member Club Member

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    I have been pretty ambivalent about CU football lately. I did not renew my season tickets, I was not excited about LOI day, I can't even listen to our head coach speak, I avoid sports news and generally spend my allbuffs time in the Pub or the arcade.

    Today was the first day since halftime of the CSU game that I have felt a spark of hope, a tremor of excitement, and all out :woot: for CU football. I am even considering renewing season tickets for 2010 as a renewed promise of support for my alma mater (still need to check finances on that end....may end up doing single game tix).

    The Buffs still have a long way to go, but I am finally excited about the future again.
     
  2. FChairbanks

    FChairbanks muthaka slayer Club Member

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    :woot: :woot: :woot:

    :gobuffs:

    :yeahthat:
     
  3. Junction

    Junction Moderator Club Member

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    Ambvalence would have been such a major improvement over what I've felt about the program the last couple years. Pissed would come closer to describing it, but it doesn't cover it. One thing I love about this move is that, finally, the administration is saying that something about the status quo with CU athletics isn't good enough. That it's possible to improve things. I hope they'll remember that lesson and keep working that direction...
     

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