1. While like the idea of a no-huddle offense (I have been wanting a no-huddle offense in Boulder since about 1998), the current offense, which mainly consists of a quarterback under center, with a fullback, halfback, one wide-receiver, and two tight ends (if I am doing my math correctly--there is alcohol involved) does not give our team a chance. The defense just loads up the box and stops the run, and our running game has almost no creativity (I say "almost" because I liked the one end around play). I don't want a spread, but come on, why bunch everyone up! It just helps the defense! 2. Webb is just not good. He's okay at some times, and horrible at others. He's got heart, but not the skills. I only saw one play from Wood, and he looked okay, but I can't imagine that he looks good in practice, or he would have beaten out Webb. 3. When we started out running the clock with about 7 minutes left up by one point, I knew we had lost the game. It was patently obvious that Sac State would get the ball back, and score in some fashion, and by running the clock we were essentially running the clock on our offense, who would not subsequently have time to try to answer the inevitable Sac State score. 4. Our defenders generally looked like they did when CU lost to Toledo under Hawk Who Must Not Be Named. They bit on everything Sac State did, and left open ridiculous holes for Sac State to run through. I don't blame the freshman corners--they are freshmen--but the defensive coaches are just horrible. 5. With touchbacks on the 25, there is no reason to return a ball out of the endzone on a kickoff, period, yet our returners did this time and time again. I would say a lot more, but I am getting slowly drunk and I need to watch myself. EOM. P.S. The new video screens looked awesome!