We'll see if Colorado can sustain this level of effort but at this point they look like a pretty awesome team and it's amazing how quickly Prime turned around the programColorado is going to crush both ASU and UA. UA was counting on that game as a win, and ASU was looking at it as a "hope maybe" a win. It's not happening for either.
that seems to be the case. I think it all depends on want Deion's aspirations are. Does he want remain in one spot with his son/kids that he has recruited and developed over the years? Or will he abandon CU for the next big program that opens their door to him? and does he want to coach in the NFL one day?I've heard Colorado is a stopover for Deion Sanders as well.
I was impressed with CU, also was impressed with Wyoming's win over Texas Tech. Texas State defeated Baylor...that was probably the biggest upset of the day. I am excited for Alabama and Texas next week.
Crow is held accountable for a helluva lot more than athletics. He is safe. Anderson on the other hand should be down the door.The first thing I thought after that Colorado game was how much I hate Crow and Anderson. Zero accountability for the damage they have done to ASU athletics.
I agree, I am a big cowboys and longhorns fan, but I don't have the same level of interest in the pro games as I do college. College games are so exciting and filled with passion. especially for the neutral games that I watch. I was absolutely glued to the Texas Tech/Wyoming game last night. and I never had any intention of watching it which made it even more surprising.College football seems way more fun to follow than the pros. Huge games every week.