Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Daaah, Nov 24, 2008.
Could also be 34 degrees and rain.
I don't think sloppy weather helps the buffs in any way really. Seems like bad weather would only make a mistake prone team worse.
Then again, it's not like bad weather would negatively effect the kicking game.:huh:
You ***hole. You had me all excited.
Bad weather has gotta help the Buffs....makes scoring points that much more difficult and a team can actually win by scoring 10 or 11 points....see SD - Pittsburgh game a few weeks back....at least that's my hope
Sun will be out with some broken and high clouds here and there.. no snow or rain.. about 38 or so degrees at game time, maybe 40.
Well, depends which way the wind is blowing.
It would hurt,nebraska is running the ball very well and we aren't.
Bad weather favors the team with the less capable passing attack. I think Colorado's got that distinction locked up pretty tightly.
It depends on if it's snow or rain. Rain favors teams that run, because it's harder to catch a wet ball so teams will run the ball more, but in snow it's much easier for the line to pass block than it is for the D to generate a pass rush, so the QB can sit back there and pick apart the D.
Bad weather ALWAYS favors the underdog - it evens the odds.
****ing-a, man. Don't ****ing censor yourself. ****.
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