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Oklahoman doesn’t give Buffs much of a chance …

Jake Trotter, who covers OU for the Oklahoman, doesn’t give the Buffs much of a chance against the Sooners this year. Trotter says “The worst team in the Big 12 could be Colorado,” and he puts the chances of an … Continue reading

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Joe Garten update …

Have been spending some time recently catching up with members of the 1990 national champion team. Fun assignment, I must admit. Talked last week with consensus All-American lineman Joe Garten, who now lives in California. After spending a few years … Continue reading

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Barnett talks to CSU-P …

From the Pueblo Chieftain: Former University of Colorado head football coach Gary Barnett, Colorado State-Pueblo coach John Wristen’s mentor in the profession, attended practice Monday and Tuesday. He addressed the team Tuesday night and his talk focused on this year’s … Continue reading

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Short memories …

It’s been interesting to watch the reaction of Buff fans to the Dan Hawkins era over the past four years. They’re not happy, and with good reason. The Buffs have been bad. But for those of us who have been … Continue reading

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More weirdness from USC …

The bad news can’t seem to stop flowing out of Southern Cal. Thursday, it was the revelation that cornerback T.J. Bryant had surgery on his left cheekbone after suffering an injury in a fight with teammate Stanley Havili. Seems Havili, … Continue reading

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Interesting CU tidbit …

In case you missed it, check out this story concerning CU regents getting a briefing about the history of  P.E. classes at Colorado as part of an update on CU’s curriculum. The return of P.E. to Colorado (CU hasn’t had … Continue reading

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Remember Mike Dunlap?

When we last saw Mike Dunlap, he was a finalist for the men’s hoops job at Colorado. Now, he’s an assistant coach at Grand Canyon University in Arizona, where he works for Russ Pennell. Dunlap and Pennell were assistants at … Continue reading

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CSU picked 7th in MWC

No surprises in the Mountain West media poll that came out Tuesday. Defending champ TCU received all 31 first-place votes, and for good reason. The Horned Frogs have 16 returning starters, including quarterback Andy Dalton, the 2009 conference offensive player … Continue reading

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New Oregon A.D. has interesting things to say …

Oregon introduced Rob Mullens as its new athletic director on Thursday. Mullens was Kentucky’s deputy director of athletics. He steps into a job in which one of his top priorities will be dealing with a football program that suffered through … Continue reading

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Take the time to read …

the story on the Camera’s Buffzone concerning possible cutbacks at Cal. This is by no means an isolated situation. Plenty of other schools are facing similar economic woes, and the solution won’t be easy …

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