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3 days ago @ Daily Camera.com: - CU football: No regret... · 0 replies · +1 points

Please God, no more Gehrke.

6 days ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU basketball: Buffs\'... · 0 replies · +1 points


3 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU football: Punt retu... · 0 replies · +1 points

I don't think that Gehrke will ever be the answer, but next year Awini might be. Sefo has now started 15 or 16 games and consistently struggles to a) throw to his left b) throw horrible interceptions on a per game basis c) stare down his primary receiver approx 50% of the time.

I like him, he's tough, durable, fairly accurate, and is now starting to run the ball and make the correct zone read when appropriate. How long does Mc give him though? I'd say that if he hasn't progressed past these shortcomings by the end of the season-opener next year then give Awini or someone else a chance.

4 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU football: Sefo Liuf... · 1 reply · +5 points

Interesting that Kough has jumped in front of Callahan, Cotner, and Wiefels. Gotta love those gray-shirts.

4 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU football: Sefo Liuf... · 4 replies · +5 points

What do you mean by duel threat? He's good at 50 paces with a 6 shooter?

6 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU basketball: Buffs\'... · 0 replies · +1 points

Yes, the problems from the second half of last year carry over to this year.

Well of course Dinwiddie would have changed that. That is the point. When he was gone backcourt play suffered, as did perimeter shooting and having a crunch-time player. He's not back on the team is he?

I always discount Freshmen. Burks and Dinwiddie are the only 2 freshmen in the last 10 years that are notable exceptions.

I always "hope" things will be improved also but I won't know for certain until I see it.

Graubau would be a "perfect" fit on most teams if what you need is perimeter shooting.
Baylor probably doesn't need him but I think most average shooting teams (CU included) could use him.

You say you are trying to define the weak points in this years team. Me too. I base my definition on the obvious problems from last years team. You base yours on some rah rah cheerleader articles in the DC.

That is all.

6 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU basketball: Former ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Nice man. He came and spoke to my son's high school basketball team. Condolences.

6 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU basketball: Buffs\'... · 2 replies · +2 points

The weak points? That's easy.

Number 1) Backcourt play (specifically PG)
Number 1a) Perimeter shooting (should have offered Riley Grabau a few years ago, we should always have a corner shooter on the team ala Knutson, Blair Wilson etc.)

7 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - Woelk: Buffs must figu... · 0 replies · -8 points

Why is Neil Welch writing again? Nobody has missed you. Crawl back under your rock.

Hey Welch here is a major plank in a strategy for finishing games: How about eliminate biased officiating. That would go a long way toward finishing games successfully.

Smug arrogant smarter than thou Welch, do you see things so much more clearly than the rest of us (including mcintire) that only you know why we really lost the game? What a load of neilwoellk that is.

7 weeks ago @ Buffzone.com: CU sport... - CU football: Buffs can... · 0 replies · +1 points

"One or two more key stops a game and they win 2 or 3 of the games they lost. The defense is not getting it done."

"They are also not making and getting the turnovers they were hoping to get"

Using your examples the defense is getting it done. A key stop Saturday, which was a turnover, was Crawleys pick. The Buffs likely win the game if that was not overruled by chickensh_t officiating.

The week before was Thompson's fumble recovery for a TD. Turnover, stop, score, gamewinner. Same thing.

CU's Defense is just not good enough to overcome the opposing players on the field and a few timely bad calls by biased or incompetent refs.

Can you cite any examples where CU has benefitted in P12 play by non-calls or bad calls in our favor?