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    The Forgotten Four: 0-4

    Some will care, lots will not. I'm not stuck in the past, but a rough weekend for those who departed the Big 12...

    #16 Nebraska 30
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    Re: The Forgotten Four: 0-4

    ....Good!




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    Re: The Forgotten Four: 0-4

    Colorado... what were those guys thinking...



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    Football is just a stupid game. Who cares who has the better football team. It's just a game.

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    Re: The Forgotten Four: 0-4

    Quote Originally Posted by cycarob View Post
    Colorado... what were those guys thinking...
    That they wanted to join their hippie friends in the Pac-8?


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    Can't wait until the season starts and CPR has Iowa State in a bowl game again to shut a lot of the idiots up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klamath632 View Post
    That they wanted to join their hippie friends in the Pac-8?
    It should be "Colorado and Utah. What was the PAC 10 thinking?" they basically went for the grand slam and grounded into a double play. But at least they got paid for it.



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    Re: The Forgotten Four: 0-4

    Rough day for college football in Colorado. Both schools lost to FCS programs -- CSU got beat at home by North Dakota State 22 - 7. Granted, NDSU is the #1 FCS program, but CSU has 22 more scholarship guys on their roster.



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