Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Now Accessible via iTunes

Great news podcast fans.  The Totally Biased Buffaloes Podcast is now accessible via iTunes.  We are still waiting to see if they will add us to their list but if you follow the directions below, you will be subscribed to the podcast and your iTunes will automatically update when we post a new episode.

Here's how you do it.
1) Open your iTunes.
2) Go to the Advanced menu.
3) Select "Subscribe to Podcast"
4) Copy this link into that box:
5) Click OK
6) Look in your podcast section of your iTunes and we will be there.
7) Load onto your iPod and enjoy us each week during the football season.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

201 Season, Episode 2

In this week’s podcast we talk about the continuing saga of the conference realignment and what that means for the Buffs.  We spend our time On The Field talking about the newly announced starting lineups for the Rocky Mountain Showdown against CSU.  Stuart from joins me again to talk about the other 3 recruits that have made their verbal commitment to CU and he sticks around to talk with me about our picks for the 201 season.  Will the Buffs go bowling this year?  Listen and find out.

We are still working on getting the podcast to iTunes.  Until then, we have found we can post it at:

Check it out there.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

2010 Season, Episode 1

 This is the first episode of the Totally Biased Buffaloes Podcast, the unofficial podcast of the University of Colorado football program.Your host RJ leads you through the world of CU football from a completely biased point of view and is helped along with way by other equally biased CU fans and alumni.

In Episode one, they look at the goings on around the program over the summer including some departures and some great additions to the team.  They also look at the start of the 2011 recruiting class.  There is an insightful look at the beginning of fall camp and a great discussion about the move to the PAC 10/12.

Listen also for their first listener contest.

Here is the link to the podcast (they anticipate being on iTunes in the near future):