Northern Colorado in lieu of CSU (who they typically played in Denver in the Rocky Mountain Showdown). 26,000 more seats vs Folsom. They’ll play this game only there.Yeah.
So their schedule (I assume)
9 pac games
would be a fun schedule. But kind of a gauntlet
Just wondering (if anyone knows, for some reason): what is the benefit to Colorado in doing this? Are they getting a nice payday from the Empower Field, plus perhaps a cut of overall ticket sales, to move the game there? The stadium in Boulder is pretty big, so I'm guessing it's not a thing of where they need a bunch more seating?
They are a solid program. They just hired the Stanford Strength Coach (2007-19) that was part of Stanford's recent success.Are the Buffs expected to be good this year? Will we be able to have full attendance by the fall of 2021?!
Right. There's no way Colorado isn't replacing a home game with this Denver game.How would it not take the place of a home game?
Highly unlikely that they would move two games off campus and out of the season ticket package in the same year, much less in back-to-back weeks.
It is stupid for Colorado to do it unless their return trip to A&M is also at a neutral site
That’s makes a TON of sense
I just assumed they played every year. Surprised they don’t.
Still an absolute gauntlet schedule but at least they get one cupcake