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    theknowledgetheknowledge Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 4,634 Swaye's Wigwam
    If Deion had Sarks fabled Cascade Front he probably wins six this year. Sadly the Cascade Front would cost more on the open market than I’d imagine Colorado has in the NIL coffers. Maybe Cozetto is free. If Deion wants to get in touch I’m sure Kim still has his number. Wouldn’t want to make Dan mad though. That’s what I’ve heard.
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    BleachedAnusDawgBleachedAnusDawg Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 10,786 Founders Club
    CU ship is sinking fast. I thought Prime had at least a couple years of snake oil magic in him before recruits ran away.
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    theknowledgetheknowledge Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 4,634 Swaye's Wigwam
    I feel like Prime was offering recruits from their NIL pot and is now pulling that money back. Needs every dime for the portal if he’s going to go bowling next year and that’s not happening with 30 true freshman. He needs D1 experience STAT. He’s in trouble right now. He could still manage an about face but it’s looking bad ATM.
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    AtomicDawgAtomicDawg Member Posts: 7,009
    He is a good promoter for a program but I am not sure he is actually a good coach as I don't know what the team did well. Him demoting his offensive coordinator proved to be a disaster as they could not score since then. He loves to throw ppl under the bus.
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    Kingdome_UrinalsKingdome_Urinals Member Posts: 2,611

    He is a good promoter for a program but I am not sure he is actually a good coach as I don't know what the team did well. Him demoting his offensive coordinator proved to be a disaster as they could not score since then. He loves to throw ppl under the bus.

    Saw this coming a mile away. Prime is very superficial, lower character.
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    Fire_Marshall_BillFire_Marshall_Bill Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 23,089 Founders Club
    I think the Stanford game broke them. They were up about four touchdowns IIRC. Win that and they could've scrapped together six wins and toilet bowl eligibility.
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    EsophagealFecesEsophagealFeces Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 11,569 Founders Club
    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games
    Helpful tip: instead of constantly showing everyone what an idiot you are, maybe just eat your crow and keep your shitty fantasies in your head.
    What do you think the phrase “I’ll admit I was wrong” means, fuckhead?

    You guys looked way better than I thought. I was saying you should easily make a bowl, but the schedule makers fucked you and it’s going to be close because of that.
    Less of your fantasies, more wiping of your mouth. Ask your caregiver for help with that.
    Please come back when the Buffs fail to Crack a 50% win ratio on the season. Something tells me you will be "Poof".
    Whole lotta dialed in going on up in here
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    Fire_Marshall_BillFire_Marshall_Bill Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 23,089 Founders Club
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    ntxduckntxduck Member Posts: 5,518
    edited December 2023

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games
    Helpful tip: instead of constantly showing everyone what an idiot you are, maybe just eat your crow and keep your shitty fantasies in your head.
    What do you think the phrase “I’ll admit I was wrong” means, fuckhead?

    You guys looked way better than I thought. I was saying you should easily make a bowl, but the schedule makers fucked you and it’s going to be close because of that.
    Less of your fantasies, more wiping of your mouth. Ask your caregiver for help with that.
    Please come back when the Buffs fail to Crack a 50% win ratio on the season. Something tells me you will be "Poof".
    Whole lotta dialed in going on up in here
    I didn’t have Deion firing that oc (the only coach worth a shit) on my bingo card though. Even I didn’t think prime was that stupid to undo the one decent coaching hire he’d made.

    Next hot take—prime is fired by thanksgiving next year.
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    GrundleStiltzkinGrundleStiltzkin Member Posts: 61,482 Standard Supporter
    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games
    Helpful tip: instead of constantly showing everyone what an idiot you are, maybe just eat your crow and keep your shitty fantasies in your head.
    What do you think the phrase “I’ll admit I was wrong” means, fuckhead?

    You guys looked way better than I thought. I was saying you should easily make a bowl, but the schedule makers fucked you and it’s going to be close because of that.
    Less of your fantasies, more wiping of your mouth. Ask your caregiver for help with that.
    Please come back when the Buffs fail to Crack a 50% win ratio on the season. Something tells me you will be "Poof".
    Whole lotta dialed in going on up in here
    I didn’t have Deion firing that oc (the only coach worth a shit) on my bingo card though. Even I didn’t think prime was that stupid to undo the one decent coaching hire he’d made.

    Next hot take—prime is fired by thanksgiving next year.
    My pick is that a NFL team will be browbeaten into hiring Prim. Firing would be chortles.
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    EsophagealFecesEsophagealFeces Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 11,569 Founders Club
    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    ntxduck said:

    Lol ok pal:

    "There has been no crazier time in recent memory for college football than the age of the transfer portal. People love it, coaches hate it, and media is torn on it. What everyone knows for sure is it allows teams to rebuild faster and success to be sustained. And any team looking to add Jimmy Horn Jr. will be adding the best wide receiver in the transfer portal."

    https://nittanylionswire.usatoday.com/lists/transfer-portal-stars-jimmy-horn-jr-wide-receiver/

    "I'm fully expecting Shedeur Sanders to light the FBS up next year. Likely, Colorado will not be competing nationally, yet, but Sanders is a bonafide star and should put up massive numbers in his first season in the Pac-12. The only reason he's this far down the list is because we truly don't know what the roster or coaching staff will look like under Coach Deion Sanders. But, we know Sanders is committed to winning, and his son, Shedeur Sanders is going to be a huge part of what he tries to establish in Boulder. Shedeur Sanders is going to bring his electric dual-threat capability to the Pac-12 this season."

    https://www.oddschecker.com/us/insight/football/ncaaf/20221213-2023-heisman-watch-an-early-ranking-of-the-top-10-candidates-for-the-2023-heisman-trophy

    Heisman hype might be a little much and it's not a 100% lock that he is a superstar at the P5 level, but to say he's garbage is just biased nonsense. He was a 4 star recruit and has done nothing to diminish rating (e.g. DJ U) that in college so far. "Garbage QB" he is not.

    Shedeur would have been an unheralded 3* if his dad wasn’t Deion. He was only able to start in high school because he played for his dad (as OC) in the shitty Dallas Christian football league (TAPPS) against a bunch of 5’7 white dudes. He got laughed out of the big Dallas programs when they asked if he could start there. And he still mostly looked like shit playing against the equivalent of 2a competition. He looked like shit in fcs, too. Bailing outta the pocket at the first sign of pressure and throwing 50/50 balls that will be guaranteed picks in fbs. He will be the worst qb in the conference next year.



    I believe the technical term is "turbo moron".
    I’ll admit I was wrong. Shadeur looked better than he ever did at JSU. Hiring the Kent state HC as OC may be the hire of the year.

    Still, Tcu isn’t good and that win will look a lot different when they’re 5-7. You’ll beat nebraska and csu too. Then shit gets real.

    Honestly your guys schedule is fucked. CU would be a lock to make a bowl if they played usc/Oregon later (losses no matter when you play them) and got Arizona/asu/furd early on. Instead, you’ll play those 3 winnable conference games when injuries start to kick your ass and you’ve got walk on caliber guys starting. And instead of wins they’ll be 50/50 games
    Helpful tip: instead of constantly showing everyone what an idiot you are, maybe just eat your crow and keep your shitty fantasies in your head.
    What do you think the phrase “I’ll admit I was wrong” means, fuckhead?

    You guys looked way better than I thought. I was saying you should easily make a bowl, but the schedule makers fucked you and it’s going to be close because of that.
    Less of your fantasies, more wiping of your mouth. Ask your caregiver for help with that.
    Please come back when the Buffs fail to Crack a 50% win ratio on the season. Something tells me you will be "Poof".
    Whole lotta dialed in going on up in here
    I didn’t have Deion firing that oc (the only coach worth a shit) on my bingo card though. Even I didn’t think prime was that stupid to undo the one decent coaching hire he’d made.

    Next hot take—prime is fired by thanksgiving next year.
    I have a hard time seeing him getting canned, but that's definitely a hot take. Yeah, the shine is off CU now, but Prime is still Prime. He's going to get guys, he's going to build more depth, and CU is moving to the Big12, which is hot garbage. That's a huge thing that has to be taken into account. The Big12 with Texas and OU gone is an absolute trash conference, and CU should be pretty competitive in that league as long as they can add some depth this offseason. I'd be surprised if they don't make a bowl next year in that shit excuse for a power conference.
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