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Wasington Preview: Call of the Wild

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    By this point in the season, while the previews always pose interesting challenges, I could almost write a wrap-up before the game starts. *In fact, I've already started my Monday Grab Bag for next week; it's called "Winless in Seattle." *Here's a preview:

    "Blah blah special teams disaster, blah blah penalties, blah blah screen game, blah blah team doesn't know how to win, blah blah blah. "

    It's been the same for every weekend that CU isn't playing within it's comfort zone (whupping lil brother in Denver), and the whole thing is starting to get old. *I'm having trouble discerning genuine improvement anymore; maybe that's just the cynic in me, but I've reached a critical stage in watching the team this season.* Don't get me wrong, I'm still on board with Coach Embree and crew, but my heart is catching up to what my brain knew all along would be a long rebuilding process

    Hell, I'm probably lashing out because of the helpless nature of being a fan, but my eyes are starting to glaze over whenever the football program is brought up. *I'm desperate for a bright spot, but as I said last week, I'm not sure that there's one on the horizon until October passes us all by.

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    Balto, the most famous Husky of all time.* That's all I got today.
    Making their fist trip to the Pacific Northwest since that dreadful 2004 affair with Washington St, CU takes on*the Washington Huskies, looking to somehow, someway halt the road losing streak in its tracks. *Kickoff is set for 1:30 MT, and the game can be seen on Root/FSN if you're so inclined.

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