“T.I.P.S.” for Colorado at Minnesota: Buffs Hit the Road as Four-Touchdown Underdogs

Welcome to our second review/preview of the 2022 season. I am joined for this episode by Brad Geiger and Neil Langland, and we will start with a post-mortem of CU’s 41-10 loss to Air Force. The Buffs had their chances against the Falcons, but blown opportunities late in the first half and early in the second half doomed the Buffs to a second straight defeat.

We will then turn our attention to CU’s upcoming game against Minnesota. Going through our “T.I.P.S.” progression, we will look at the Talent for both teams, what Intangibles may be in play, how Preparation will play a role, and then look at which Statistics will factor in in deciding the winner.

After that – just for fun – we will take a look at the biggest news item of the second week of the season, the firing by Nebraska of their head coach, Scott Frost.

So … Can the Buffs overcome the plethora of mistakes they made in the rain in Colorado Springs, and put forth a competitive effort against the Golden Gophers? … Will CU offensive coordinator Mike Sanford, formerly Minnesota offensive coordinator, have a triumphant return to Minneapolis – or will the Golden Gophers have the last laugh? … And will our speculation about candidates for the new head coach at Nebraska soon be turning to speculation as to candidates for the new head coach at Colorado? …

… Let’s find out …

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3 Replies to “CUATG Podcast: “T.I.P.S.” for CU at Minnesota”

    1. That the same Miami team which has a donor willing to pay whatever it takes to buy players, and is daring the NCAA to try and shut him down?
      If CU had a donor like that, I’d like our chances of resurrecting our program, too …

      1. Yeah, paying players makes life a lot easier to attract and keep good talent. Always has and always will. But, sounds like this kid was there before NIL was a factor, fighting for playing time. Is he their answer? Who knows.

        But the parallels to CU’s last twenty plus years are certainly there. Gotta have a qb.

        Go Buffs

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