Pre-season

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Texas A&M notifies Big 12 of “Conference Exploration” … Big 12 “poised to move aggressively with options”

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July 30th Pac-12 Network to be profitable “from year one” Jon Wilner from the San Jose Mercury News was able to extract more details from Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott in an article this weekend. A few of the highlights: – The heirarchy. Now that the Pac-12 Network has been announced, the next step is to pick someone to lead it. The new chief executive for the Pac-12 Media Enterprises will handle the business arm of the national and six regional networks. While the new hire will have an extensive background […]

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Only five members from the Recruiting Class of 2011 have yet to make it to Boulder …

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June 30th Brian Lockridge only returning Buff out There were 15 players who missed the Colorado 2011 spring game. As June turns into July, and fall practices approach, only one player, running back Brian Lockridge, remains a question mark for the 2011 season opener on September 3rd against Hawai’i. As you may recall, there were a number of Buff players who were recovering from off-season surgeries, and sat out spring practices. Two of those players have moved on due to their injuries, offensive linemen Maxwell Tuioti-Mariner and Mike Iltis. Others […]

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May 31st Time for a little love If you have already grown weary of what the preseason magazines have had to say about Colorado (see, Colorado Daily, May 29th), then this might raise your spirits … In his ESPN blog, Ted Miller wrote an article entitled, “Colorado’s visit to OSU no longer imposing“.  In it, Miller notes that Ohio State was already going to be without several key players for the game against Colorado on September 24th, including quarterback Terrelle Pryor, leading rusher Daniel Herron, No. 2 wide receiver DeVier Posey, […]

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Jim Tressel resigns as head coach at Ohio State … Will other players be suspended for CU game?

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SBJ breaks down how ESPN and Fox were brought together to present a joint bid for Pac-12 contracts …

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April 30th Colorado held its own in 2011 NFL draft The Colorado Buffaloes more than held their own in comparison to the rest of the new Pac-12 this weekend. Only one new rival, USC, had more players selected in the first four rounds (four) than did Colorado (three). Cal and Stanford did catch the Buffs with their third picks in the fourth round, but the fact remains that, well through the midway point of the 2011 draft, Colorado was second alone in its new league in number of players drafted. […]

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