Hawai’i 34, Colorado 17


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Hawai’i 34, Colorado 17

//posted 9.5.2011

Colorado was shutout by Hawai’i in first half for second straight year. Unlike the 2010 game, however, there was no second half comeback as the Buffs fall to the Rainbow Warriors in the head coaching debut for Jon Embree …

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Spring Grades – Defense

//posted 6.15.2011

CU’s defense and special teams remain works in progress, with little time left to figure things out …

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Spring Game – 2011

//posted 6.9.2011

Embree: “I’m happy with where we are” after offense puts up 625 yards in Spring game … Spring Awards announced … Coach Mac’s speech

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Pac-12 Notes – May, 2011

//posted 5.31.2011

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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Seven of CU’s 2011 opponents have coaches on the “hot seat” list … DL Eric Richter one of strongest players in the NCAA

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Spring Practice – 2011

//posted 4.6.2011

Embree suggests some players will be cut from team: “It’s a privilege to be a Buffalo; it’s not a right”

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Scrimmage Reports

//posted 4.3.2011

Stats, Notes, and Quotes from the March 17th and April 2nd scrimmages …

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Spring Practice Preview

//posted 3.11.2011

Special Teams Preview: “Numbers Don’t Lie” … Embree: “I want to see who can play” …

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For the second time in 2009, Colorado held a 14-10 halftime lead, on the road, against a ranked conference opponent. As with the Texas game in October, however, the Buffs could not hold the lead, falling 31-28 to No. 12 Oklahoma State. The Buffs turned four Cowboy turnovers and the poor play of backup quarterbacks into a 21-10 lead, but were unable to come away with their first road victory since 2007.

Four 15-yard penalties, missed opportunities, and a complete lack of a running game dropped the Buffs to a 3-8 season record. Oklahoma State did not complete a pass in the first half, as backup quarterback Alan Cote, substituting for the injured Zac Robinson, started 0-for-9 with an interception. Turning to third-string quarterback Brandon Weeden, the Cowboys found the spark they were looking for. Weeden went 10-for-15 for 168 yards and two touchdowns in leading the second half comeback. Colorado also played two quarterbacks, with starter Tyler Hansen missing much of the second quarter with a hand injury. Cody Hawkins was mostly effective in relief, going 7-for-11 for 69 yards, including a five-yard touchdown pass to Riar Geer just before halftime.

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