2020 Colorado Buffaloes

Discussion in 'College Football' started by Shadowlight, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. Shadowlight

    Shadowlight Master

    Mar 16, 2013
    Since 2005 white starters were 10,11,9,9,12,12,14,15,13,7,8,8,7,8,and 6 last year. This year roughly 7.

    You do enough of these write ups they all start to look the same. Like so many teams these recent Colorado teams have followed the caste blue print as if it's the law of the land. They have recruited a S (Trevor Woods) and WR (Chase Penry) from the class of 2021 but overall a rather dull team trajectory. LB Nate Landman has been a mainstay here and TE Brady Russell has potential. A lot of white offensive linemen. Not a team to pin your hopes on though by any means.

    Players to watch: TE Luke Stillwell, OL Valentin Sinn, OL Austin Johnson, OL Chase Lytle and LB Jonathan Van Diest.

    TE Brady Russell (JR)
    OG Kory Kutsch (SR)
    OC Colby Pusell (JR)
    OG Kanan Ray (SO)
    OT Frank Filip (SO)

    LB Nate Landman (SR)
    LB Carson Wells (JR)
  2. Leonardfan

    Leonardfan Hall of Famer

    Jul 30, 2006

    These write-ups are proof enough of the caste system - it's the same pattern on a vast majority of FBS teams. It's amazing that people are really so brainwashed to think that somehow whites can only play OL, TE, LB and QB. There are 85 scholarship players allowed on an FBS football team, 130 FBS teams - 11,050 players and only a very small percentage are allowed to play WR, RB or DB. You would think with all these teams mirroring each other with the "worlds greatest athletes" there would be parity - every team would be evenly matched, there would be no blow outs, lopsided defeats and almost perfect football played week in and week out because "the best players are playing."
  3. Bucky

    Bucky Master

    Jul 20, 2018
    Yup all the Starters are at caste approved positions. 2 White LBs in The PAC12 is decent. Another year without a White QB..
  4. referendum

    referendum Mentor

    Nov 13, 2005
    It does appear that graduate Sam Noyer is in the mix for starting Qb competing with a mulatto looking rival in Tyler Lytle.
  5. Claimjumper

    Claimjumper Mentor

    Dec 19, 2010
    JT Shrout, who played sparingly the last two years for the Vols transfers to CU

    Could back up Sam Noyer if he returns for another year

Share This Page