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GoBuffs!!

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Looking at who RG follows on Twitter I think it’s safer to say he doesn’t follow real news.

That is quite the follow list...

Boebert, Donald Jr., 45 archived...

Bunch of athletes, and other sports related stuff that you would expect, but didnt see a single news source on there, not even 9news, CBSDenver, ColoradoDaily.... Might have missed it, but didnt see it.
 

chase5857

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That is quite the follow list...

Boebert, Donald Jr., 45 archived...

Bunch of athletes, and other sports related stuff that you would expect, but didnt see a single news source on there, not even 9news, CBSDenver, ColoradoDaily.... Might have missed it, but didnt see it.
Trying to figure out why this means absolutely anything. Can be easily argued Lance Carl is more worthless than a bag of rocks in the AD and follows the complete opposite end of the spectrum

point is..who cares
 

GoBuffs!!

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Trying to figure out why this means absolutely anything. Can be easily argued Lance Carl is more worthless than a bag of rocks in the AD and follows the complete opposite end of the spectrum

I would agree, and probably shouldn't read too much into it.

Lets be realistic, many of us read their tweets for the sheer entertainment factor, I just refuse to "follow" them to not inflate their statistics.

He probably just uses Twitter to engage with the student athletes and put some stuff out there, but not living on twitter for general day to day life. I have never heard anyone ever even elude to MAGA, or anything like in regards to RG.
 

GawainBuff

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That is quite the follow list...

Boebert, Donald Jr., 45 archived...

Bunch of athletes, and other sports related stuff that you would expect, but didnt see a single news source on there, not even 9news, CBSDenver, ColoradoDaily.... Might have missed it, but didnt see it.
That might explain the glaring incompetence…. Bird’s of a feather…. But who knows? I wouldn’t call it a positive sign, however.
 

Highlander

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The less new you get from Twitter the better off you’ll be.
Sure, but Twitter follows can be quite telling on personal positions. I follow Trump (well, I did before he got banned), but only so I could see first hand the stupid **** he posted. If you balanced that with the rest of my follows, it wouldn't occur to you I might be MAGA. This situation, on the other hand...

You would think the AD of CU would know how to groom his Twitter feed so people wouldn't make assumptions on his politics, particularly in today's era.
 
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GawainBuff

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Sure, but Twitter follows can be quite telling on personal positions. I follow Trump (well, I did before he got banned), but only so I could see first hand the stupid **** he posted. If you balanced that with the rest of my follows, it would occur to you I might be MAGA. This situation, on the other hand...
We have reached the point where a starting OL leaving (Lytle) doesn’t register over the AD’s moronic Twitter feed. Things are definitely looking up. Gads.
 

The Alabaster Yak

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6’7” 340 lbs, and the only senior OL. But we couldn’t possibly use experience or depth at that position. True freshman lineman ALWAYS pan out immediately. I keep forgetting we are stocked at OL. 👍🏻
Big doesn’t mean much if he’s not any good. He couldn’t see the field for a really bad OL across 3 different staffs over 5 seasons. He can’t play, man. Warm bodies do not equal depth, as we always like to remind bigbang2.
 

RollTad21

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That is quite the follow list...

Boebert, Donald Jr., 45 archived...

Bunch of athletes, and other sports related stuff that you would expect, but didnt see a single news source on there, not even 9news, CBSDenver, ColoradoDaily.... Might have missed it, but didnt see it.
I've always wondered if RGs politics, without knowing them, had something to do with not having mask mandate in the CEC where traditionally it would be something I'd expect of Boulder. This seem to indicate that is likely.
 

GawainBuff

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Big doesn’t mean much if he’s not any good. He couldn’t see the field for a really bad OL across 3 different staffs over 5 seasons. He can’t play, man. Warm bodies do not equal depth, as we always like to remind bigbang2.
Seems a touch misleading to say he only started 3-4 games in his career, as the reason he left the starting line-up, after starting three of the first four games of the season in 2020 (the games we actually won when we were playing well, mind you) was a horrible leg injury. Not sure he fully recovered last year. But I’m sure he sucks and has nothing to offer. After all, a 270 lb. freshman needs his spot.

AT COLORADO: 2020 (Jr.)—Started three games and dressed for four before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season … Dressed for the UCLA game then started the next three games before his injury at Arizona … Played 193 offensive snaps with 134 plus plays with six touchdown blocks, four knock down blocks, three perfect plays on passing touchdowns, one cut block and surrendered just two pressures and one penalty … Played every snap at Stanford, vs. San Diego State and the first 42 before his injury at Arizona … Helped the Buffs earn mention as a Midseason Unit of Interest by the Joe Moore Award, given to the outstanding offensive line unit in the country … Named honorable mention Academic All-Colorado by the Colorado Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
 

241Volcanos

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Sure, but Twitter follows can be quite telling on personal positions. I follow Trump (well, I did before he got banned), but only so I could see first hand the stupid **** he posted. If you balanced that with the rest of my follows, it wouldn't occur to you I might be MAGA. This situation, on the other hand...

You would think the AD of CU would know how to groom his Twitter feed so people wouldn't make assumptions on his politics, particularly in today's era.
And he’s following the 5 dumbest people imaginable.
 

The Alabaster Yak

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Seems a touch misleading to say he only started 3-4 games in his career, as the reason he left the starting line-up, after starting three of the first four games of the season in 2020 (the games we actually won when we were playing well, mind you) was a horrible leg injury. Not sure he fully recovered last year. But I’m sure he sucks and has nothing to offer. After all, a 270 lb. freshman needs his spot.

AT COLORADO: 2020 (Jr.)—Started three games and dressed for four before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season … Dressed for the UCLA game then started the next three games before his injury at Arizona … Played 193 offensive snaps with 134 plus plays with six touchdown blocks, four knock down blocks, three perfect plays on passing touchdowns, one cut block and surrendered just two pressures and one penalty … Played every snap at Stanford, vs. San Diego State and the first 42 before his injury at Arizona … Helped the Buffs earn mention as a Midseason Unit of Interest by the Joe Moore Award, given to the outstanding offensive line unit in the country … Named honorable mention Academic All-Colorado by the Colorado Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
Look, he started 4 games in 5 years and suffered a bad injury which kept him out of the starting lineup in the worst OL in my lifetime, the entire next season. He isn’t leaving the program because he has better options. He’s leaving because he’s not in their plans for 2022 and they are clearly going to bring in multiple OL transfers to replace him and others who left.
 

The Alabaster Yak

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Is there a difference between that and him struggling for reps at USC?

Not in my view.
course diss GIF
 

BuffTuff

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On the OL specifically, if we land Brown and he can actually play LT (thought I read he was moved to G at Bama?) that hopefully gives us or 2 starters and Willey the swing backup.
I thought Lytle was fine in spot duty over his time here and I consider him depth and not just a warm body. The fact they are pushing him out hopefully means they think they can land a portal G too. Maybe that Michigan guy mentioned in a free article by Adam?

the current OL depth chart without the above is scary bad. I don’t know what is up with C either. When Fensky played he was terrible. I couldn’t believe he was on Iowa roster.
 

slider

Hasta la Viska
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Glad to have Brown. Need to add experience and age to the secondary. Can’t replace Perry, Gonzalez, and Blackmon with true freshmen
 

Bread

Fire KD and RG
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Last day to enroll. With Brown, I’ll give staff a C for spring portal addition work. Otherwise D.

Gotta be more productive for summer. Not optimal to show up for first time for summer session or fall camp.

your grade?
Brown?
 
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