CU At The Game Podcast – “T.I.P.S.” for CU at No. 17 TCU – The Debut of the Coach Prime Era at CU

Well, the 2023 season is finally here! Joining me for this episode are Brad Geiger and Neil Langland, and we will be previewing CU’s trip to Ft. Worth to take on No. 17 TCU.

For those of you who are new to the podcast, we break down our preview into four segments. Our “T.I.P.S.” for the game includes a discussion of TCU’s “Talent”; which “Intangibles” will impact the game, the effect “Preparation” will play; and which “Statistics” are the most important for the 2023 season opener.

So … How well has TCU overcome the loss of eight players to the NFL draft? … How well will each team be able to handle the first signs of adversity? … What role will the 100+ degree weather play in the outcome? … Which will be the crucial statistical categories to track, as CU hopes to defy the oddsmakers, with Vegas listing the Buffs as 20.5-point underdogs?

And, most important … Will our predictions for the outcome match yours?

… Let’s find out …

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One Reply to “CUATG Podcast: “T.I.P.S.” for CU at No. 17 TCU”

  1. I see it as offense against offense may the best D win.
    I dont think TCU’s D is all that good. TCU scored a lot of points but a lot of their opponents did as well. Dykes is an offense minded coach. The talk of the monsters on the D line dont worry me that much. One of you guys asked if they could move and Prime’s game is all about speed.
    Will they run all the time? Both teams will feel each other out like Boxers in the first couple of rounds. If TCU does run a lot hopefully it might be because of the Buff’s touted D backs. A lot of it might rely on how good this TCU qb is. He beat Duggan out in practice but it sure looks like Duggan was one of those guys whose game lights up when all the chips are on the table. I’m hoping Duggan’s ghost is going to make him nervous as hell.

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