Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by cmgoods, Aug 22, 2015.
Read the entire article....didn't know KSU has a new locker room facility that is the best in the country.
That's fine. Ours is not completely done yet with all the graphics and stuff. Everyone will believe theirs is better.
its Oregon they don't like sc guys
Coat that sucker in gold leaf and add hot and cold running hookers and blow and it would still be in Manhattan, Kansas.
New money ****s
Hoping the slide is about to begin under Helfrich. The dude just doesn't impress me for some reason.
Probably because he worked under the Hawk.
Hard to think he can be that great when he didn't do so much here. I mean, if Peterson was able to do so great under Hawk at Boise, but Helfrich nothing here under Hawk, then....it is easy to draw conclusions. I hope that there is a slow deterioration of Oregon under him and USC under Sark.
me thinking that the slide is going to start this season, now that he lost a great qb. I also think he is going to struggle keeping a team full of egos in control.
My working hypothesis is that Helfrich is to Oregon what Neuheisel was to Colorado. The next two seasons will prove my hypothesis correct or false.
Helfrich is just less of an egomanic, so it will take a bit longer.
My money is also on Shaw not maintaining Harbaugh's momentum at Stanford. He had 4 total conference losses in his first 3 years (with Harbaugh's recruits), then 4 conference losses last year alone. This year may be the tipping point.
In my experience, Helfrich is a really quality human being (probably should have quoted Buffed up, not BuffUp).
So I've got one of those mixed-emotions things, like I have with Charlie Strong. What do I do when a coach I want to root for coaches a team I love to hate? In the case of, say, Coach Riley, it's easy. I just hate nebraska that much. But programs like Texas and Oregon, which I hate at just normal levels, it gets tricky.
And, he's a better coach than Neuheisel. But, I don't think he's Chip Kelly level. I kind of hope he levels off as a 8-10 win / year coach and ends up staying a while, but the O may not be happy with that.
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