After such a promising start, a whole lot of losing followed Coach Prime’s arrival in Boulder. Drew LItton wonders: Is he still cover worthy?
Long-suffering Colorado football fans find magic in Folsom Field again. Cartoonist Peter Moore wonders if the hype will play out as a winning record.
Cartoonist Drew Litton notes that the CU-CSU football rivalry had lost its appeal as programs at both schools struggled. But with some new faces, it’s a new day.
Cartoonist Drew Litton captures the feeling when, after Coach Prime delivered last weekend, things get even wilder as Sean Payton and the Broncos join the fun with their NFL opener.
Cartoonist Drew Litton welcomes the college football season by noting all the hype and buildup since “Coach Prime” Deion Sanders arrived in Boulder will be put to a stern test on Saturday when CU plays at powerhouse TCU.
“It seems like that’s where we belong. We don’t belong with the West Coast people,” says Peggy Coppom, who hasn’t missed but a few games since 1966
Not only for the football team, but for non-athlete students, who can’t afford to have their pathway to economic self-sufficiency blocked.
After decades of coaching debacles, CU threw caution to the wind hoping for an immediate change to its football culture
It’s a new era of team hopping, paid players and zero loyalty. It’s not clear this is a game Colorado should play.
Cartoonist Drew Litton notes that the Denver Broncos and Russell Wilson were supposed to be the featured attractions for Colorado football fans. Then came Coach Prime.