CU At The Game Podcast – Spring Practices Preview – What to Expect: Offense

This is Stuart Whitehair, publisher and editor for the CU at the Game website, and your host for the CU at the Game podcast.

Welcome to March! The turning of the calendar means we are once again in a month with Colorado football, with spring practices beginning March 18th, carrying through to the Spring Game on April 27th.

I am joined for this episode by Brad Geiger and Neil Langland. We open with a brief update on the decline of the NCAA and college football as we know it, perhaps summed up best as: “The only parties who have the power to put an end to the current chaos are the ones who are benefitting the most from the chaos”.

We then turn our full attention to your Buffs and to stories we expect to see from the offensive side of the ball this spring.

There will be plenty of fluff pieces on the progress the team is making during its closed practices. So, with this episode we try to identify the headlines which are going to truly be worth your time to click on, and which stories are just column fillers which are being spoon fed to the media.

Which stories are which? What should CU fans be looking for when there is a story about the battle for the top running back and wide receiver positions? Is the battle for the backup quarterback position going to be settled this spring? Are there going to be any stories about the offensive line development which are not going to be must-read?

Let’s find out …

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