I went to the game yesterday pretty much indifferent to where the future of the series is held, but now I cant help but be disappointed that it wont be in Denver anymore. Neither programs can bring the atmosphere this game has on this stage. This is as big of an event that there is for college FB in the state of Colorado, and having the game on a Sunday only increased the exposure. Its great tailgating with a 50/50 split of fans. Its great seeing one side of the stadium going nuts for a TD, then not a minute later seeing the other side going nuts for a TD in response. I know the arguments, local vendors/establishments, yada yada. But Im a college football first and foremost, so that to me is a weak argument. To move an event like this in order to sell more pints in the pubs, lame. As for the game, CU outplayed CSU and deserved the win. Congrats to them. I didnt think CSU gave it their best shot, gotta come out guns blazing to pull off the win in this game and there were more than a few questionable decisions. But none the less, CU was the better team yesterday. I sat next to the coolest old dude. Talking to him I learned that he had graduated from CSU back in the 60's, now living in Montrose Colorado and has only missed one home game in the past two decades. Both Universities need more fans like this, his enthusiasm was contagious. Lastly, I will never understand fans who get tix in opponents territory and talk massive chit. Had 4 Buff fans who were obnoxious. 2 eventually got thrown out. Best interaction of the night with them was when I asked in 100% serious fashion "Who is CUs backup QB" and none of them knew. After that I knew they werent worth the breath wasted on smack talk. Congrats on the victory Buff fans.