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The way I see it

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by FlatironsBuff, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. FlatironsBuff

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    Cu D looks better-- the rash of injuries has left a corner open and teams will exploit it. Still, have to give Collins credit--- if he even remotely has special teams or offense helping the D CU can win a bunch of games.

    That being said, the CU special teams has to be the worst in the country. Hawkins could probably keep his job if he fired Riddle and hired someone competent. Not that they would come here with hawk leaving soon.

    Offense-- you have ot know what you have and how to use it. THe MU D was stacking the box, but someone on the CU coaching staff saw the rushing numbers and wins, and deicded we run it no matter what. And left the passing game gathering cobwebs. If Lockridge is hurt, and he is the one that was really pushing us to run better, then you might want to throw the ball.

    MU is not a very good team boys. Not at all. But CU is exponetially worse. Thanks Hawk!! All those times in the last 20 years we have kicked MUs ass and now we leave the big 12 as MU's bitch. Thanks alot. ****head.
     

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