CU at the Game Podcast – Spring Practices Preview: The Offense

It’s been two years and two coaches since CU’s last spring practices, and there will be questions aplenty when spring ball opens in late March: With Sam Noyer out (shoulder surgery) who will emerge as Noyer’s primary challenger for the fall? Which running back will find a place in the lineup behind Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year Jarek Broussard? Who will step up to replace K.D. Nixon in the wide receiver room? What will be the right mix among the returning starters along the line? And will 2021 – at long last – be the year of the tight end at CU?

Podcast companions …

Previous podcasts … Episodes from Season 1 can be downloaded here … and on to Season 2 … 

Below is Episode 4 of Season 2 for the CU at the Game Podcast. You can listen to the podcast simply by clicking on the play button below, or listen it to it here at Buzzsprout, or at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, IHeartRadio … or wherever you find your podcasts!

6 Replies to “CU at the Game Podcast: Spring Preview – Offense”

  1. Thank you, Stuart, as always, for being knowledgeable, thorough, and informative. Your delivery of FREE content on MULTIPLE platforms (written, podcast,…) is amazing and much, much appreciated. The manners associated with making requests via “please” and following that up with “thank you” is becoming for some, a lost art. Know that your work to keep others up-to-date with all aspects of CU athletics is very much appreciated. “Please” keep doing what you do SO well, and “thank you” for doing it so graciously!!

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words!

      I try not to let him get under my skin (though he does on occasion). I thought he had turned over a new leaf when he offered to run the ESPN Tournament Bracket challenge (not hard, but a little nice publicity for the website). So, what does he do? He registers the group under “CU in the Game”.

      Sigh. What are you going to do?

  2. So?

    I read em. Comment on em.


    perhaps a little math like adding up the units and getting the total.

    Like I said I don’t listen to podcasts so maybe you did this. Anyway

    Don’t get all snarkynoid just cause there is aaaaaaaaaa……………..

    Buffs…………..Whip eh Hoooooooyas

    1. Uh … I’ve been doing a unit by unit preview for weeks. All of the defensive units have been posted, along with the offensive line and the tight ends.
      My, are we getting snarky again?

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