Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by cu2x, Apr 24, 2011.
When you get rep from MontanaBuff then you can ask him! haha
Montana has really put together a tremendous site.
MontanaBuff is his name on here, his real Name is Stuart Whitehair (sp? on the last name)
Guilty as charged ... Real name Stuart Whitehair - though the Classes are CU '84 (BA, History/Poli Sci); and CU '87 (JD). :nod:
I hope your comments will lead others to the website to check out the Archives (remember there is a "Post your own memories" link, so you can tell everyone about your recollections of the games).
Props on your site Montana, I check it out daily.
Montana! Dude rocks
The author is the dude with the baddest ass powder blue jacket you'll ever see.
Little known FACT!
Coach Mac called Montana out of the stands in lincoln between the third and fourth quarters during the 1990 game. Coach asked Montana to personally deliver a pep talk to Eric Bieniemy who was lacking a little confidence at the moment. Montana pulled out note cards he'd written at half-time in anticipation of the moment. The rest is college football history.
Stuart....I visit your site as often as I can and always place a vote. I wonder how you can maintain a site, hold down a job and not piss off your wife. Not my business but thanks for what you do.
It's great site by a great fan.
I graduated Psych in 1980 and Law in '86. I had been suspended by CU the first time around and was 36 when I graduated law school. I'm sure I wasn't on the same social 'track', so didn't know you.
I just read Montana's write up of the top 5 offensive line prospects in Colorado. Excellent write-up, but I came away a little depressed. From those quotes none of those guys sounded like they were itching to become Buffs. And Thurston came away impressed by Stincoln and Little Bo Peep. Ugh.
All true: I was there and have seen the note cards. Actually he does a set for every game and player just in case and has since 1980.
I was also there for the early years of what is now the brilliant cuatthegame, which started as a book and a project for himself and friends and now has morphed into one of the the best sources for CU information. And yes his lovely wife is extraordinarily patient and understanding about his CU work. I think her degrees in psychology might help her a bit. He is also a very good lawyer who fortunately works for himself.
And finally, I was the one who lost his original "Colorado sky blue" jacket during a golf outing. He has forgiven me, but never forgotten.
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