Colorado Daily – January, 2022


Another good semester for CU in the classroom … Nate Landman invited to the NFL Combine … CU’s $18 million deficit “a success story for as much as you can call it that” … CU announces “Buffs NIL Exchange” … CU: 700 employees/600 students affected by Superior fires …

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West Coast Football Pac-12 2022 Power Rankings – Not much expected of CU … Report: NCAA ASU investigation shifts to head coach Herm Edwards … For Fun: Quotable Quotes from the 2021 season … Big Ten discussing elimination of divisions; eight-game conference schedule … Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff proposes a bold (and common sense) scheduling plan …

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Buffs go 4-5 in Pac-12 play in an inconsistent month … CU opens January with three wins in four games, including a home sweep of the Washington schools and a road win over Arizona State … After falling to ranked USC and UCLA teams at home, the Buffs pick up a road win over Oregon … before falling on the road to the Washington schools to close out the month …

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ASU breaks recruiting rules, but keeps its coach … A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher has boosters donating millions to lure recruits – and then complains that NIL is now legal … Oregon is under NCAA investigation for NIL violations, but clearly doesn’t care … Can CU compete doing things “the right way”? …

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There has been a 60% overall of the coaching staff – An upgrade, or is there still cause for concern? … The 2022 roster is taking shape – Which position groups are still in need of an infusion of talent? … The “Buffs NIL Exchange” is up and running – A panacea, or too little, too late? …

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There has been much hand-wringing in the Buff Nation over the 20+ Buffs added to the Transfer Portal, but, here’s the thing … The reality is that CU was going to have to rid itself of over two dozen scholarship players this offseason – regardless …

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CU has added three new (quality) assistants in the past two weeks, but that news has been overshadowed by the loss of several starters from the 2021 roster … Can CU compete in the new age of NIL and the Transfer Portal? Will the Buff Nation step up? … Let’s find out …

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Update (1/17): Tweet from CU AD Rick George: “We have some positive changes we will be announcing this week” … Instead of being a leader in the age of NIL and the Transfer Portal, CU is “looking into” how to address new options …

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Fans from the lowest high school division to the SEC have dreams of competing for a championship, but with the way things are going for CU now, dreams are becoming even more elusive … Perhaps the creation of split FBS divisions (FBS1-A and FBS1-AA) is an answer …

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CU lost one of its top assistants (and one of its top recruiters), along with two top defensive backs … Will those losses be offset by the addition of new assistant coaches? … Plus: A look back at our favorite plays, favorite players, and favorite games of 2021 …

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The final week of 2021 was a good one for the CU football program, with Karl Dorrell making exciting additions to the coaching staff … What if the momentum continued, with great additions from the Transfer Portal? A summer of NIL and stadium naming rights? … Oh, and a run to the Pac-12 title game? …

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//posted 1.1.2022
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