Talk:Colorado Buffaloes football
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Moved to-do list off of article
- This page is a work in progress.
- To-do List:
- Finish detailed years for 1890-1899
- Link to schools for opponents
- add to results-by-year table cumulative stats and coaches
- get bowl history
- get records against rivals
- add images
- fix/check award links
- check all people name links to make sure they link to the correct person, if it exists
- compile summary stats for each decade
Can we move most of the stats to a new article, they just seem to clutter the article so much and you have to scrool through so much of it to actually read the articles text. The stats are great though could they be hidden in drop down boxes like templates or I think keeping one of two, maybe the most recent stats, a comparison to that, and maybe a historicly great or poor season?Qrc2006 01:14, 4 November 2006 (UTC)
The main table lists CU football's colors as "silver and gold." I'm wondering if this is correct because: (1) There's no mention of black, when that is definitely the most prominent color in the CU uniform, and (2) I've never seen Colorado wear silver before.-PassionoftheDamon 23:10, 16 December 2006 (UTC)
The official colors are silver and gold because of the ore deposits in the mountains, but the football team adopted black at some point and it has unofficially taken over for silver in most sports. Zzz345zzZ
- Yup. See Talk:University of Colorado at Boulder#School Colors. --MECU≈talk 03:25, 17 December 2006 (UTC)
Interesting. Thanks for clearing that up guys.-PassionoftheDamon 08:21, 19 December 2006 (UTC)
I think the article on the Colorado football team should at least mention Katie Hnida and the whole scandal involving her. (Somrandomguy 21:59, 21 February 2007 (UTC))
- I agree, but it shouldn't be a focus. There have been 4 major infractions at CU over the years and all three should be covered. We can copy some text from Gary Barnett and Katie Hnida about that incident to get it started. See  to find the NCAA reports on these major infractions. --MECU≈talk 22:11, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
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