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After Officials Screwed Colorado, Colorado’s Coach Railed Against Instant Replay. Here’s Why He’s Wrong.
Colorado, from the looks of it, should have beaten Arizona last night, and replay technology should have helped officials determine that. But it didn’t, and now Colorado coach Tad Boyle is saying replay shouldn’t exist at all. But he’s wrong.
In addition to signing day, Colorado coach Jon Embree now has something else to worry about: his fourth-leading tackler, Will Pericak, getting arrested on suspicion of physical harassment and trespassing. Pericak allegedly got “heavily intoxicated,” refused to leave a bar, gave the bartender at that bar a chest-bump…oh, and also set the contents of bucket in that bar on fire. The police report said Pericak told them, “I haven’t done anything illegal.” They didn’t seem to agree. [Busted Coverage]
Fox Sports’ Bob Oschack hit USC’s campus recently with a simple mission: get USC students to welcome the school’s newest conference rivals, Colorado and Utah, to the Pac-12. But he wasn’t going to get just any students to do it – he was going to get students who might not be big sports fans (and therefore nerds), and therefore be uncomfortable with the Pac-12 greeting. But these couldn’t be just any hilarious nerds Oschack would make squirm: no, specifically, he’d be targeting Asian nerds. That way, we’re able to laugh at the kids for being uncomfortable, and their hilarious accents!
The Pac-12 a pretty serious disadvantage to its conference counterparts: primetime means late night to most of the football watching world. So what if it skipped TV all together?
The Colorado Buffaloes react to their 2011 NCAA Tournament snub, and yes, it’s said.
Tad Boyle, coach of the Colorado Buffaloes, spoke with ESPN’s Rece Davis shortly after learning that his team wouldn’t be making this year’s tournament.
A report came out earlier today that the University of Colorado offered its football head coaching position to Redskins tight ends coach Jon Embree – but more interesting might be why legendary former Colorado coach Bill McCartney said he wanted Embree for the job.
The Pac-12 is upon us – the currently-11-team Pac-10 invited Utah yesterday. All indications are the school will accept the invitation in short order, putting an end to conference realignment – for now, anyway.