POSTED: November 24, 2018

Colorado Daily – California

Colorado Daily – California Week

November 24th – Game Day!

… CU in a few minutes … 

Steven Montez: “If everybody focuses on their 1/11th, we’ll have a good shot to win this football game”

Related … “One last time, CU Buffs take aim at bowl eligibility” … from the Daily Camera

From … Colorado quarterback Steven Montez put it in the simplest terms possible earlier in the week.

While the media spent the week asking every player, coach and administrator possible about the dismissal of head coach Mike MacIntyre, CU’s players did their best to focus on the fact that they still had a game remaining.

A very important game, as a matter of fact. Saturday’s 5 p.m. matchup against Cal (Pac-12 Networks) is one more chance to end a losing streak that has stretched to six games, a chance to end the regular season on a winning note, and a chance to become bowl eligible.

That, Montez reminded the media, was still the players’ biggest concern.

“Players still play the game,” Montez said. “We have to go out there and do a good job of executing what they give us to run. Do or die game, bowl game or bust — as players we understand that. We’re going to work our absolute hardest to go and be successful on the football field. At the end of the day you can’t control everything that happens in a football game. The only thing you can control is your 1/11th. If everybody focuses on their 1/11th, we’ll have a good shot to win this football game.”

But not many folks give 5-6 Colorado (2-6 Pac-12) a good shot to beat Cal  (6-3, 3-4). The Bears have been playing well down the stretch, with three wins in their last four games, including victories over Pac-12 North champ Washington and USC. The Buffs have lost six in a row, including losses to Washington and USC. Thus, the Buffs enter the game as heavy underdogs.

But while the Buffs spent the week adjusting to life under interim head coach Kurt Roper, they also had what some players called a “new energy” about them. Backed into a corner and given little chance to win, the Buffs chose not to mope. Instead, they had a week of energetic, enthusiastic practices.

“It was almost like a new edge, a new focus for people,” senior linebacker Drew Lewis said. “I think the change did kind of switch up our mindset a little bit for the better Whether it’s a little bit or a lot, we’ll see.”

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November 23rd 

… CU in a few minutes … 

Neill Woelk Fast Five Keys to the the Cal game

From … One game, one goal, one more opportunity.

The math has become very simple for the Colorado Buffaloes. At the end of a week that began with their head coach being dismissed, the 5-6 Buffs (2-6 Pac-12) will try one more time to earn an elusive sixth win and become bowl eligible. Their final opportunity comes Saturday at California Memorial Stadium, where they will face the Cal Bears (6-4, 3-4) in a 5 p.m. game.

No doubt, the removal of Mike MacIntyre as CU’s head coach changed the atmosphere surrounding the Buffs during the week. But interim head coach Kurt Roper made it clear from the beginning that his only goal was to help Colorado become bowl eligible and thereby extend the season.

The circumstances are less than optimal. The Bears have been playing their best ball over the last month with three wins in four games, including victories over Washington and USC — two teams that beat Colorado. The Buffs, meanwhile, are still dealing with injuries, with at least two regulars on the defensive side of the ball, cornerback Delrick Abrams Jr. and safety Evan Worthington, listed as day-to-day.

But the Buffs do, at least, have reason to be confident. They had perhaps their best game of the year last season against Cal, a 44-28 win that saw CU’s offense come alive.

They would love a similar performance Saturday, but it won’t be easy. Cal’s defense has been outstanding, especially over the last four games. The Bears have held their last four opponents to 100 yards or less on the ground, and five of their last six opponents under 180 yards passing.

What does Colorado need to do against the Bears to earn a sixth win and become bowl eligible? Our weekly Fast Five:

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Kurt Roper focused on Cal, not future employment

From the Daily Camera … Kurt Roper knows better than to get too comfortable in his new — and perhaps temporary — position.

As the son of a former college football coach, and being a part of the profession himself for the past 22 years, Roper knows that change is one of the few constants in the business.

So, when Colorado athletic director Rick George made the decision to fire head coach Mike MacIntyre on Sunday and promote Roper, CU’s first-year quarterbacks coach, to the interim job, Roper took it in stride.

Regardless of the job title or anything else around him, Roper has always believed the best approach is to realize the game is still the same.

It’s been an emotional week for the Buffs, but Roper’s message to the team is that his job — and theirs — isn’t any different than it’s been all season. On Saturday, the Buffs (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) will travel to Berkeley, Calif., to try to win a football game.

“To me, it’s really simplistic,” Roper said. “We want to focus on Cal.”

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November 22nd – Happy Thanksgiving!

… CU in a few minutes … 

Steven Montez: “I think we’ll have some stuff specifically for them they we can get some positive stuff out of”

From … A year ago, the Buffs managed to find plenty of holes in that defense. CU quarterback Steven Montez threw for 353 yards and three touchdowns in Colorado’s win and the Buffs rushed for 200 in the game.

But finding those same holes this year won’t be as easy, as the Bears have obviously become much more comfortable in their second year in DeRuyter’s system.

“They look good,” Montez said. “They’re a good team, a good defense. They’re going to play some single high,  they play more single high than they do two-high, and they play a four-down nickel defense. … (But) we see a lot of things that we can execute against their defense. I think we’ll have some stuff specifically for them they we can get some positive stuff out of.”

The Buffs (5-6, 2-6) will need those positive plays on first down to end their current six-game losing streak. They have struggled in that area recently, which has led to too many second- and third-and-long situations. In situations in which the Buffs have faced third-and-5 or longer, they have converted just 31 of 118 tries (26 percent). On third-and-4 or shorter, they are 26-for-46 (56.5 percent).

“The key to that is shortening first and second down,” Montez said. “it’s tough to get third and longs, especially third and 10, third and 12. Those are difficult plays to convert. If we can shorten the down and distance on first and second down, get some more positive plays, we’ll be in good shape. If we get in those intermediate, third and five, third and three, third and short, we’ll be in good shape.”

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Kurt Roper: “We have to find a way to get our playmakers the ball”

From the Daily Camera … CU, which has scored 14 points in the last two games combined, has to somehow figure out how to solve Cal’s defense.

“We have to go out there and give our playmakers a chance with the football,” Roper said. “We have to do a better job of managing the down and distances and trying to have some third and shorts and not as many third and longs as we’ve had. Hopefully we execute at a high level, hopefully we put these guys in position to make plays and score more points.”

The defense will have a challenge in its own right.

Cal has the lowest scoring offense in the Pac-12 (22.7 points per game), and isn’t explosive. But, the Bears have players on offense that can be dangerous, including the quarterback duo of Chase Garbers and Brandon McIlwain. While Garbers has been the primary quarterback of late, the Bears often use both.

“Both of them are good at what they do,” CU defensive coordinator D.J. Eliot said. “Sometimes you face a team that has a two-quarterback system and one can run really good and one can pass really good, but they’re both pretty good both.”

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November 21st

… CU in a few minutes … 

Kurt Roper post-practice talk with media (Wed.)

From YouTube, courtesy of CUSportsNation:

Aaron Haigler: “It’s on this group to really push forward and be resilient”

From the Daily Camera … Through the chaos of a coaching change this week, it’s been easy to lose sight of the fact that the Colorado Buffaloes actually have a football game to play this week.

Not just any game, either.

On Saturday, the Buffaloes (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) will visit California (6-4, 3-4), looking to snap a six-game losing streak and earn bowl eligibility.

“Hopefully we can help these guys win a game and maybe it extends the season,” said interim head coach Kurt Roper, who took over for the fired Mike MacIntyre on Sunday.

Doing that won’t be easy, because Cal has been one of the Pac-12’s best teams in the last month, especially on defense.

The Bears are 3-1 in their last four games, the only loss a 19-13 decision on the road against a Washington State team that’s still got a slim shot at the College Football Playoff. Wazzu needed a touchdown with 32 seconds to play to get past the Bears.

After an 0-3 start to Pac-12 play, the Bears are gaining confidence.

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Nate Landman: “I’m just going to keep focusing on playing my game” despite targeting penalties

From the Daily Camera … Following Nate Landman’s second targeting ejection of the season on Nov. 10 against Washington State, it was fair to wonder if it would impact the aggressive nature of the Colorado linebacker.

He answered that question emphatically during Saturday’s 30-7 loss to Utes, when he drilled Utes running back Armand Shyne for a 1-yard gain on the first play.

Landman stuff Shyne on the next play, too. Ultimately, the sophomore wound up with a career-high 19 tackles — the most in a game by any CU player since Jordan Dizon’s 22-tackle performance against Colorado State in the 2007 season opener.

“I’m just going to keep focusing on playing my game,” Landman said this week as the Buffs (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) prepare to face California (6-4, 3-4). “Stuff happens, but I’m not going to take it as a negative, and I’m definitely not going to stop playing the way I know how to play. I’m going to keep playing hard, but I’ll definitely have that in the back of my head focusing up when I make tackles in the future.”

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Buffs loose: “Just being free, having fun, enjoying the process, enjoying the moment”

From the Daily Camera … It’s generally not too difficult to get a smile out of Colorado receiver KD Nixon, who seems to wear it permanently.

On Tuesday, however, the sophomore was particularly upbeat as he and his teammates finished practice.

“We’re happy,” Nixon said. “Our vibe is totally different. I love it.”

That’s not the message one would expect out of a team riding a six-game losing streak, but the Buffaloes (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) go into their regular season finale on Saturday at California (6-4, 4-3) perhaps feeling a little relief.

Last week, the Buffs dealt with rumors about the future of head coach Mike MacIntyre. A Denver Channel 7 report that MacIntyre would be fired at season’s end cast a shadow over the Buffs all last week, and they responded with a 30-7 loss to Utah.

On Sunday, MacIntyre was fired, and while it sent shock and some sadness through the locker room, there’s been a bit of pressure taken off of them, as well.

“It’s the new wave,” Nixon said. “Just being free, having fun, enjoying the process, enjoying the moment. I know it’s the last game, but you never get these moments back, so you’re going to take advantage of this week and focus on Cal.”

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November 20th

… CU in a few minutes … 

Laviska Shenault (946 yards receiving) and Travon McMillian (951 yards rushing) on verge of CU history

From … For the first time in their history, the Buffs could finish with a 1,000-yard receiver and a 1,000-yard rusher in the same season.

To get there, wide receiver Laviska Shenault Jr. needs just 54 yards receiving and running back Travon McMillian needs only 49 yards rushing. If they both hit their season per-game averages, they will easily hit the standard in Saturday’s 5 p.m. regular season finale at Cal (Pac-12 Networks).

Shenault — who would no doubt have already surpassed 1,000 yards had he not missed three games with an injury — is averaging 118.3 receiving yards per game while McMillian is averaging 86.5 on the ground.

“It would be great to get there,” Shenault said after Tuesday morning’s practice. “Growing up, you see all these receivers put up 1,000-yard seasons, and they would do it back-to-back-to-back. Now I’m living that, and it would definitely feel good if I could get that first 1,000-yard season.”

McMillian, a senior graduate transfer, already has one 1,000-yard season under his belt, having hit the mark as redshirt freshman at Virginia Tech, when he ran for 1,043 yards.

“I definitely want to pass that,” McMillian said. “That will be big time for me, a huge personal accolade for me. I’m just really grateful that I’m that close to it.”

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CU releases second annual “RAPID” Report

RelatedThe complete “RAPID” Report as a PDF file … $85M budget (balanced for the third straight year) … 90% graduation rate … Licensing revenue over $1 million for the first time …

Press release from …The University of Colorado Athletic Department has released its second annual “RAPID” report, a comprehensive look at CU Athletics that provides an inside view of far more than wins and losses.

Formulated along the lines of a Fortune 500 company report, the review includes information on department financials and programming and initiatives, as well as updates on academic and athletic achievements by CU student-athletes.

Equally importantly, the report gives alumni and donors a detailed picture of how their support funds are directed to assist student-athletes, including CU’s world-class health and wellness initiatives, academic support, and facilities and scholarship expenses.

“We started this last year and we received excellent feedback,” Athletic Director Rick George said. “Our goal is more than to provide a ‘wins and losses’ breakdown. We want to give our donors and alumni the opportunity to see what we do, how we do it — and have the confidence that their investment in CU Athletics is having a positive impact on our student-athletes, the university, the community and the state.”

The newest report provides a quick breakdown of the 2018-2020 department strategic plan, one still geared to the initial vision set forth by George in 2014:  “To be nationally recognized as a premier athletics department by providing a world-class and holistic student-athlete experience, operating in a fiscally responsible manner and consistently competing for and winning championships.”

Available online (link above), the report also presents a financial snapshot of CU Athletics’ annual revenue and expenses, a breakdown of football ticket revenue, and Pac-12 Conference annual distribution.

From there, readers are provided details on how those funds are invested to enhance the student-athlete experience, including sports medicine and nutrition, health and performance initiatives, academic assistance and leadership development.

Also included are breakdowns of scholarship support — where money goes — as well as a look at the CU Buff Club and its philanthropic support, and an update on CU Athletics’ continuing efforts to be a campus leader in promoting diversity and inclusive excellence.

“People who follow the Buffs know what successes we have on the playing surface,” George said. “But we want our alumni, donors and fans to also understand how we get there and how their help is instrumental in us accomplishing what we do. We appreciate the fact that they invest in our programs, and we want them to see that their investment is going toward things like health and nutrition, sports medicine and leadership and career development. It is an investment that has a significant impact on our student-athletes and provides a long-term return.”

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November 19th

… CU in a few minutes … 

Buffs back at practice – Linebacker Drew Lewis: “It was almost a new edge”

From the Daily Camera … In announcing a change at head coach for the Colorado football team Sunday, athletic director Rick George said he wanted to bring “new energy” to the Buffaloes for the season finale.

So far, it appears that has worked.

On Monday, the Buffs (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) got back to work as they prepare for Saturday’s game at California (6-4, 3-4).

“It was almost a new edge, a new focus for people,” linebacker Drew Lewis said. “I think the dynamic changed and did switch up our mindset a little bit for the better. Whether it’s a little bit or a lot, we’ll see how that goes on.”

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No change in location

There was talk over the weekend about Saturday’s game at Cal possibly being moved to a different location, because of the air quality in the Bay Area after wild fires nearby.

On Monday, however, it became official that the game will still be played Saturday at California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley.

CU interim head coach Kurt Roper post-practice talk with media (Mon.)

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November 18th

… CU in a few minutes …

Colorado listed as an 11.5-point underdog to California

From Pac-12 lines:

— Oregon State … a 14.5-point underdog at home against Oregon … Friday, 2:00 p.m., MT, FS1

— No. 7 Washington State … a 3.5-point favorite at home against No. 16 Washington … Friday, 6:30 p.m., MT, Fox

— UCLA … a 5.0-point underdog at home against Stanford … Saturday, 1:00 p.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks

— Arizona … a 2.0-point underdog at home against Arizona State … Saturday, 1:30 p.m, MT, FS1

— California … a 11.5-point favorite at home against ColoradoSaturday, 5:00 p.m., MT, Pac-12 Networks

— USC … a 9.5-point underdog at home against No. 3 Notre Dame … Saturday, 6:00 p.m., MT, ABC

— No. 18 Utah … a 13.5-point favorite at home against BYU … Saturday, 8:00 p.m., MT, FS1

Quarterback coach Kurt Roper named interim head coach 

From the Daily Camera … With one game to play and bowl eligibility on the line, Colorado athletic director Rick George has turned to Kurt Roper to lead the football team.

After firing head coach Mike MacIntyre on Sunday, George announced Roper, in his first season as the Buffaloes’ quarterbacks coach, would take over in the interim.

CU (5-6, 2-6 Pac-12) will play at California (6-4, 3-4) on Saturday in the regular-season finale.

“We have another week in this football season and we have an opportunity to go out and win another football game,” Roper, 46, said. “We’ve got to find a way to get these guys to play hard, which I think they will. That’s the most important thing. I do think they understand what their responsible is.”

Roper is a veteran coach of more than 20 years, but this is his first opportunity as a head coach. Prior to coming to CU, he had been an offensive coordinator at Duke, Florida and South Carolina. His relationship with MacIntyre goes back nearly 20 years. They were assistants together at Ole Miss from 1999-2002 and at Duke from 2008-09

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CU game at Cal likely to be at Berkeley, but options being explored

From the San Jose Mercury News … For just the second time in history, the Big Game has been postponed.

Cal and Stanford, who were scheduled to meet for the 121st time on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, will instead play on Dec. 1 as the Bay Area deals with the effects of dangerous air quality as a result of the fires in Butte County. Kickoff has been scheduled for noon and the game will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks.

“I’d like to say it was a no-brainer. That was not the truth,” Cal athletic director Jim Knowlton said at a Friday afternoon news conference. “I think it was the right call to make based on all the information we could gather.

… Knowlton is hopeful the Bears’ Nov. 24 home game against Colorado — what was supposed to be their regular-season finale — won’t be impacted. But he added Cal already was looking at contingencies, including other stadium sites, in case the air quality has not improved. He declined to share any of those potential Plan B scenarios.

Knowlton was in San Francisco for an event Thursday when the AQI reading hit 282. He sensed by then “it wasn’t going to get much better.”

The decision to postpone the game belonged to Cal, as the game’s host this season, but all parties were in agreement.

Said Muir, in a statement, “We are thankful to the University of California for collaborating with us on the logistical challenges of rescheduling the Big Game, and are looking forward to playing the game on Dec. 1.”

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Rick Gamboa wins Buffalo Heart Award

From the Daily Camera … At the end of an emotional week for the entire Colorado football program, particularly a group of seniors playing their final game at Folsom Field, Rick Gamboa needed a moment to compose himself.

After a day of all-around misery for the Buffaloes — from the frigid conditions to the 30 unanswered points by Utah in a 30-7 Utes victory — Gamboa learned he had been named the 20th recipient of the Buffalo Heart Award.

The history of the 20-year old honor actually began with one of Gamboa’s coaches, co-offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini, receiving the inaugural award in 1998 from the dedicated bundle of fans who sit behind the CU bench. For 20 years the group has continued to honor the Buffs player who best represents the spirit of the program on and off the field.

Denver Broncos rookie Phillip Lindsay won the honor last year. Despite a forgettable loss in his final home game, Gamboa was momentarily overcome by emotion when asked about the award.

“I’d just say it’s a great honor. I spent the past four and a half years putting my heart and soul for this team, for all the brothers I’ve played with since 2015 up to now. I think being recognized as that is something I’ll always be proud of that.

“For me, it’s just knowing the last time I’ll be playing in Folsom. I’m never going to put on a Colorado uniform ever again, and just reliving everything I’ve gone through since I’ve been here the past four and a half years. It’s more joy and happy of what I’ve accomplished.”

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12 Replies to “Colorado Daily – California”

  1. Speaking of California

    UC Davis
    Tied for first in Big Sky
    9 and 2
    Averaging 40 points per game
    HWSRN is co-coach of the year

    Peter met.

    Go Buffs.

    1. VK, you’re right, he couldn’t handle it at the CU level or even at the pro level in Montreal. UC Davis sounds like just the right kind of place for him.

      Oh by the way give up on the Kubiak for President bit as it ain’t gonna happen, or at least I hope it doesn’t. Also I’m glad Les Miles is going to KU rather then being considered for CU. Since Kubes is a no no who is your real choice and when they finally pick him who will help you pick your dreaded “Learning Curve?”

      1. Ah yes ye ol learning curve. It is not dreaded AZ, we are all on a learning curve. It’s the angle of the dangle. Some have a 2 degree slope and can’t make it. Drags on forever. (The ache of the ear comes to mind). Others have much steeper slopes and continue to improve and get better and smarter. Like RG.

        Don’t worry, it will be back when required and next to Peter, the LC is one the most important element to understand. And I do. Perhaps it is you as the helper eh?
        Uh Oh Buffalo

        Note: Kubes, man that would be a great choice.

  2. Yo Stuart,

    It’s gonna be interesting to see how this game plays out. Cal is a good team. By the same token, it’s hard to gauge how the Buffs are going to be emotionally.

    I have a feeling that deep down they are relieved with the upcoming change. I’m sure that they all have strong feelings for MacIntyre. He was very important in their young lives. He undoubtedly helped them adjust to the world not only of college athletics but also to university level coursework.

    But doesn’t mean he was the right guy to help them win games… and over the last several seasons that has become clear. Those young men are competitors and they want to win. They just need the proper leadership.

    It’s up to Roper, Chiaverini and Eliot to work with the other coaches and get these guys fired up and focused. They can still get to a bowl game this year. It would be awesome to send the seniors out with a bowl game.

    More importantly, a win and a bowl game (with all the extra practices) will help the team get ready for next year and set the tone for what is and should be acceptable.

    Lastly, a win keeps the Buffs in the public eye heading toward the recruiting signing period and impress the new coach. It’s possible if the Buffs win in Berkeley that the new coach could be on hand to help with bowl preparations.

    The new coach will likely be of the philosophy that every position is up for grabs, and that starting at a Pac-12 school is an honor that has to be earned. Nobody should be given anything. It all has to be proven on the practice fields and on game days.

    The players should know, and I hope the new coach knows as well, that the first loyalty MUST be to the TEAM. If “loyalty” to friends and favorites is above the loyalty to the team, the team is bound to fail in the end.

    The Cal game is a chance for the guys to come together as a TEAM. They know that the leadership will change, but they can come together as a brotherhood before that.

    It’s up to Roper, Chiaverini and Eliot to put together a game plan that can help the Buffs win this battle. They as leaders need to do whatever necessary to help their charges put their hearts and souls and every ounce of their energy into the effort.

    The offense has to try to score 60 points. The defense has to try to destroy the opponent and get a shutout. They need to treat the game as life or death. There is a reason football is so often compared to battle. Each game is a battle.

    In the immortal words of General George Patton,
    “Were going to keep moving. Is that CLEAR? We’re going to attack all night, we’re going to attack tomorrow morning. If we’re not victorious, let no one come back alive!

    Anyone on the team who does not feel that way should not be playing.

    Go Buffs! Get that 6th!

    Mark / Boulderdevil / Golden Buffs

  3. Is it just me or does it seem like most of the players aren’t all that broken up about the firing? Maybe even a little fired up?

    1. makes sense to me that the players on offense would feel relieved. Must be frustrating that the opposing D knows exactly what you are going to do time after timer.

  4. One of the only interesting things I heard on the radio this morning (denver sports radio is so garbage) was Altitude interviewing Jeremy Bloom. Bloom brought up an interesting point that I hadn’t ever thought about:

    Do the players *actually want* to go to a bowl game?

    It’s been a long season. You’ve lost six games in a row and gotten your head coach fired. You have no idea who will be coaching you next year, you have no one to play for. You don’t have a “let’s use these extra weeks of practice to get better”, because you might be getting better at a scheme you won’t be in next year.

    Basically: if some of the players wanted to just “hit the reset button” on the season and go home for the holidays to be with their families…would you blame them?

    1. Interesting.
      I guess one could say the same thing about last year. Did they really wanna go. Same for 2016, except they got there and did they really wanna play. (All those seniors with NFL aspirations people keep bringing up and the Consensus COY living a dream……and the DC replacement)

      Sheesh it is hard to tell.

      19 (2 Redshirt)

      23 (3 redshirt) Juniors

      23 (1 redshirt) Sophomores

      20 Redshirt Freshman

      30 Freshman

      Depth chart lookysee (O and D only) 58 spots as some are in two positions
      14 seniors in the 3 deep (24%)
      10 juniors in the 3 deep (17%)
      14 sophomores in the 3 deep (24%)
      14 redshirt freshman in the 3 deep (24%)
      6 Freshman in the 3 deep (11%)

      Seniors who now for the 2nd year in a couldn’t close and most of them were on the 2016 team.Christmas sounds nice but a bowl game is their biggest present. The rest of the classes? You decide. Totally depends on how the new coach or the interim Roper sets the leadership but I would think the other classes would like to show out as well. Bloom was a “i am” guy and he and Mike would have gotten along well.

      Yo Buffalo

      Note: As far as missing Christmas, the first bowl game they would probably get at 6 and 6 (if they even get a bid) would be the Mitsubishi Bowl November 15th, and would not miss Christmas and they would get only 2 weeks of time to practice. Other Note: I WOULD TAKE THAT EH??
      Note 3: You seniors better play your arses off. Hell you all better. (I got a new attitude)
      Note 4: About this coaching change. Expensive, Risky but the right damn decision. Get er done Sunday.
      Note 5: There will be a search firm!!
      Note 6: 4(300) 24/7/365 (Only the in-the-know…………know)

  5. Yo Stuart,
    Hitting up on your legal and college football knowledge. Do you know if Rick George needs to wait for the regular season to end before he can talk to current college coaches?


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