Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Timbuff10, Nov 17, 2008.
Hopefully they have come up with something!
Last year's intros were awesome.
It's at Nebraska, so we'll probably have Larry the Cable guy intros...
Larry the Cable Guy?.
:lol: I hate that asshole. I blame Jeff Foxworthy for unleashing that tool on the world. I hope you burn in hell Jeff.
I feel the same way
When I watched the game last year in Boulder, that redneck gave the intros for their players and then got totally showed up by Cartman.
Cartman better be able to travel!
Is ABC even still doing the celeb-alum intros this year? I don't think they are.
Guy is a fraud... While many in Nebraska are hick trash like him, NO BODY TALKS LIKE THAT! It's an act. Cool, their school is supported by a fraud. :lol:
That is one thing that has always bothered me is that their mascot is 'Lil Red and Larry the Cable Guy and they wonder why people think of Nebraskans as rednecks.:wow:
Nebraskans are rednecks! I have family there to prove it!
Your missing the point - they are and they don't care. Someone has to feed the prissy city folks.
Given the state of affairs in the training room, the South Park character best equipped to introduce the Buffs is Timmy.
rep - I'll also include Dr. Phil in the tool category.:lol:
I don't recall having seen any this year.
omg....Colorado actually has more rural communities and almost identical acres of farm land covering the state. I love how they try to act so metropolitan. You're COLORADO not CALIFORNIA...NOT TO MENTION....both Iowa and Nebraska rank higher educationally by a landslide.
Colorado is actually BELOW average.
GET OVER YOURSELF
That may be true if you took the entire Denver and I-70 corridor out of the picture.
I gotta question your assertion seeing that the western 1/3rd of the state is principally federal land. Are these western slope rural communities that are based on mining, energy and tourism really the same as what you find in NE and IA? Is forrest service and BLM land considered farm land?
About 75% of Coloradoans live in the front range metropolitan area. These are the urban/suburban population who are most certainly not rural.
And is your education statistic based upon ACT/SAT scores, % of population with college degrees, or is something else?
Here is quite a fascinating link...
"No. 1 Boulder, Colorado"
Eat **** tosis!!
I think Larry the Hick is the perfect representation for the cornholers. Man, DH can can make a lot of people happy with a win over those turds.
I win in kNU would be a nice holiday gift.
Rep! Nice find. :thumbsup:
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