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2019 Season Archive

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Tucker: Spring game – “It’s going to be game-like” … Player notes from Monday’s practice … CU picks up a preferred walk-on at outside linebacker, Steele Dubar … Nate Landman: “I love being a leader on this team” …

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Spring Practice Notes

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Mel Tucker post-practice talk with media (Monday): “The players are finally starting to understand the value of a practice” … Tight ends coach Al Pupunu: “I’m liking the group. We just have to continue to get better” … Video from the second spring scrimmage …

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Pac-12 Notes

//posted 4.22.2019

NCAA relaxes transfer rules for incoming freshmen … Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens has some nerve … Utah down to a walk-on freshman kicker … The Athletic: Utah still the pick in the Pac-12 South …

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Compare: Neill Woelk’s Five Takeaways from Second Spring Scrimmage … According to head coach Mel Tucker, the Buffs “put some money in the bank” on Friday at CU’s second spring scrimmage … A unit-by-unit review of the numbers show a number of positives (and a few negatives) …

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You can make an argument that CU will have four returning starters along the offensive line next fall, supplemented by a graduate transfer … You can also make an argument that CU only has one returning starter (and a sophomore at that), with the line in a dangerous state of flux …

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Virginia went from bums to kings in one year, winning their first national championship a year after becoming the first No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 16 seed … What is it like to win a title? It’s been a long wait for my teams …

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What do Tasseography and Beau Bisharat have in common? … Will CU’s run in the Pac-12 tournament and the NIT act as a springboard for the 2019-2020 season? … Archived Games: Week Three in 1994 – that would be the “Miracle at Michigan” …

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CU’s 2018 starting safeties graduated, and two potential replacements are out this spring with injuries … Will DC Tyson Summers be left with a starting lineup at safety consisting of a converted wide receiver, a converted cornerback … and an outside linebacker? …

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CU OC Jay Johnson on his offense: “We’re going to try to be very, very multiple in all that we do” – Can a Jack-of-all-Trades (but Master of None) offense build a CU dynasty? … In need of some spare change? Call 662-915-1821 … McKinley Wright and Tyler Bey feat only accomplished one other time in the past 50 years …

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Lance talks about the Buffs and the program going forward under Mel Tucker: “What we want – what Rick and I want – is to give those fans the opportunity to relive those great times again” … And the 2019 season? “Let’s look at the Pac-12 South – no one there should scare us” …

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Tad Boyle is second in all-time wins at Colorado, and has six of CU’s ten 20-win seasons, but if 20 wins is the new “floor” for Colorado basketball, what is CU’s “ceiling” under Boyle? …

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Lance talks about the philosophies of CU’s new coordinators, Jay Johnson and Tyson Summers … What the import of Georgia’s “quality control” coaches means to CU … Which position coach will be the biggest “surprise” this fall …

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