Well, they couldn’t have beaten Portland State any harder.Someone explain how CU is a 21 point dog against an Oregon team that beat a bad Portland State, a rebuilding Hawaii team and then struggled against a TT team on the road? What am I missing? CU has holes no doubt but 21 points, no way.
1. Colorado barely beat an abysmal csu team at home as 3.5 tud favorites.Someone explain how CU is a 21 point dog against an Oregon team that beat a bad Portland State, a rebuilding Hawaii team and then struggled against a TT team on the road? What am I missing? CU has holes no doubt but 21 points, no way.
Sort of informative on how stale and inbred college football has gotten. The strong usually just get stronger (boring) versus the weak punching up (CU). People like watching disrupters.Walking around Portland/Beaverton and overhearing random people talking about the game is very weird
Bitch boy Dan Lanning has seemingly changed his tune from this summer about CU. Now he's "respectful" and worried about our team speed.
He could have said “No comment”. Instead he said “No comment except they suck, right? Don’t they suck? They suck.” Eff that guy.The comments he made weren't even related to the current team or coaches, and what he said was basically true. Aside from one season where CU got throttled in the Pac championship game, they were mostly irrelevant to the conference. He didnt say anything about CP or the current team. The guy was actually quite complimentary of CU in his post game presser on saturday.
Exactly. And not to part of some state like Eastern Illinois, or a full state like Wyoming or Colorado, or even a region like Northwestern.And that's a Portland State team that out up 91 this past weekend!
spot on. If coach prime says he isn’t ready, he isn’t ready.If Coach Prime says he isn’t ready…then he isn’t ready.
There isn’t any shame in a rail thin true freshman not being ready to compete against the highest competition in college football at the beginning of the season.
A huge part of playing CB is having confidence and being prepared and Coach Prime is trying to protect him from being exposed and losing his confidence before he’s ready.
Cormani might not like it right now, but I’m sure he’ll appreciate it in the long run. His frame coming in clearly displayed that he would be a long-term project. A full season and another offseason in our weight program should hopefully get him to 180-185 pounds, which should allow him to compete with the physical WRs that he’ll have to match up against.