Colorado Buffaloes football head coach Mike MacIntyre joined Dan Sileo on Mighty 1090 in Southern California to talk about the upcoming season. Among the topics of discussion was the "west coast bias" that exists with college football voters, who are split in different regions of the country. The Heisman voting last season with Stanford's Christian McCaffrey as a runner-up, despite setting the NCAA record for rushing yards, was also mentioned.
The "Pac-12 after dark" schedule will be adjusted starting this season. More games scheduled earlier in the day or in prime time. A good factor of night games was the exposure, but voters in the south and east have become blind to games in the west.
The outside prospective of the Buffs football program has been less than favorable going into this season. Sileo believes the Buffs will shock some teams this year. MacIntyre's optimistic this could be the year the program gets back to winning.
Here's audio from Mac's interview with Sileo.