Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by jjbuffs13, Aug 28, 2007.
Thats the way it should be!!!
"Now up to Ralphie IV, the buffalo made its first-ever, regular-season road trip out of state since 1989 when it traveled down to Georgia this year"
:wtf: That doesnt make any sense
where's that terrifying inflatable kid at Nebraska?
That's cool, but what the **** is that leprechaun dweeb doing in there at #17??
I finally undestand the Auburn-War Eagle thing.
And LSU's Mike should definitely beat out any costumed mascot.
Nice avatar Mick. I see that you read a little EDSBS as well.
I totally agree. He's a ****ing TIGER for crying out loud. A TIGER. A real, live Tiger.
They probably can't roll him out on to the field because he'd freak out. But it's still cool.
You understand the War Eagle thing? I've been a fan for a long time and I'm still not sure I really understand it fully.:smile2:
And I was definitely puzzled by LSU's Mike being so low. Plus the fact that Tech's masked rider is on the list is an absolute joke. WTF?
The AF Falcon, the only performing live mascot in the NCAA, is way to low as well. The Sooner Scooner? Shetland Ponies? Seriously, shetland ****ing ponies?
Top 20 CFB traditions on ESPN now. Ralphie running in at 17, Border War at 15.
I've never understood why the Huskies use a Malamute as their mascot. I know they are bigger, but then they should change their name to Washington Malamutes.
I think the article meant that it was the first regular season road trip out of state for Ralphie IV.
I never knew that those were not huskies. That infuriates me. issed: I agree 100%. They SHOULD be the Malamutes.
I believe that was the first regular season road trip out of state for any Ralphie.
And you are correct. The Georgia game was the first time Ralphie had gone to a regular season out-of-state game.
Awesome! Ya'll are going to at least make one Top 25 list this year!!
IM SO KIDDING but flame on!
Using that same logic, wouldn't that make us the CU Golden Bison?
According to the Bison Specialist Group of North America, the term ‘buffalo’ has been used interchangeably with ‘bison’ since early explorers first discovered the North American species, and has become entrenched as a colloquialism in North American culture and language.
The same cannot be said for huskies and malamutes.
what about 'Tatonka?'
not the poster, the indian name for buffalo...
That org would get more love should they go by the name of "Buffalo Specialist Group of North America" Bunch of zoological pansies. We're at war. Pick a side.
I tried to get an answer to this question. DD went to med school there, he should know right?
His answer....I don't know.
I say we always refer to them as the Washington Malamutes from this day forward.
the tree beat out the lsu tiger? :wtf:
and brutus buckeye? :lol:
How the **** do an elf and a tree make that list? :lol: I saw one poster (after the article) say its lucky boomer sooner made the list or else the OU fans would start crying and call for the ncaa to overturn the poll. :lol:
Or worse - go for a full on scrotum attack...:wow:
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