Q & A With Lance Carl – Part II – “We’re the Real Deal”


Posts Tagged ‘Darian Hagan’

On Recruiting … Carl: “Let me tell you funny story about (Johnny) Huntley and (Tony) Julmisse” …

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Bieniemy & Salaam for HOF

//posted 5.22.2014

Mike Bellotti (Oregon), Tony Boselli (USC), Darrin Nelson (Stanford), John Sciarra (UCLA) make the HOF

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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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Baylor 31, Colorado 25

//posted 10.16.2010

GAME STORY … October 16, 2010 … Boulder … Colorado takes on Baylor and Robert Griffin III, and have every chance at a victory … but Buffs falls at home to Baylor as final drive comes up 19 yards short of last second victory …

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Colorado 31, Hawai’i 13

//posted 9.19.2010

GAME STORY … September 19, 2010 … Boulder … On Alfred Williams Day at Folsom, the Buffs fall behind the Rainbow Warriors 10-0 before bouncing back with a dominating 31-3 run in the second half …

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Colorado gained four new running backs on Signing Day. Which new back will have an immediate impact?

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— November 25th – Boulder           Nebraska 30, Colorado 3 — Colorado failed spectacularly in its attempt to win the Big 12 North on its home field, falling to Nebraska, 30-3. The Buffs were held to a season-low 212 yards of total offense, but were dominated in all aspects of the game, leaving the door open for Iowa State to claim the North Division title with a win over Kansas the following day. In a game which meant so much, the day actually began quite well for the Buffs. After forcing a …

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  October 5th – Boulder           Colorado 35,  No. 13 Kansas State 31 Showing a big-play ability largely muted in non-conference games, the Colorado offense hit its stride in leading the Buffs to a 35-31 win over No. 13 Kansas State. The Buffs scored on plays of 71, 85, and 94 yards in rolling to 483 yards of total offense against the nation’s fifth-ranked defense. Quarterback Robert Hodge connected on 13-of-20 passes for 289 yards and three touchdowns in making a successful return to Folsom Field. After enduring a devastating debut against USC …

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  September 7th – Boulder          No. 17 Colorado 34, San Diego State 14 The Buffs survived the loss of quarterback Craig Ochs to injury to win their home-opener against San Diego State, 34-14. Ochs suffered a concussion late in the second quarter and did not return. Senior quarterback Robert Hodge teamed with a “bend-but-don’t-break” Colorado defense in the second half to help the Buffs pull away from the Aztecs. Both teams scored on their opening drives of the game. Ochs hit tight end Beau Williams for a 22-yard score to put the Buffs …

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  — November 9th – Boulder          No. 7 Colorado 49, Iowa State 42 — Iowa State brought to Boulder running back Troy Davis, on his way to a season in which he would post 2,185 rushing yards. Iowa State also brought to Boulder a team with a 2-6 overall record. For the Colorado Homecoming game, the Cyclones tried to keep it close, but could not compete with the combination of Detmer and Carruth. Two touchdowns in the final 2:24 of the game by Iowa State gave the final score a dramatic …

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— November 11th – Boulder          No. 9 Colorado 21, Missouri 0 — In one of its latest Homecoming dates in school history, Colorado played its final home game of 1995 against a struggling 2-7 Missouri squad which was winless in Big Eight play.  A crowd of 50,645 endured some wind gusts of up to 60 mph, but generally enjoyed balmy November temperature readings of over 50-degrees, leaving Folsom Field satisfied with a methodical 21-0 win for the home team. Quarterback John Hessler, who against Oklahoma State had broken the school record …

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  — December 25th – Aloha Bowl, Honolulu, Hawaii          No. 17 Colorado 41, No. 25 Fresno State 30 — While the Buffs found no snow on the ground on Christmas Day, 1993, they did find presents there. Colorado’s defense forced four Fresno State fumbles, converting all four turnovers into points as the Buffs ran away from the Bulldogs, 41-30, to win the 12th-annual Aloha Bowl. Sophomore tailback Rashaan Salaam rushed for 135 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Buffs’ offense, while the depleted Colorado secondary withstood 523 yards passing by Fresno …

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ARCHIVED GAME OF THE WEEK
1989 No. 14 Buffs open season with dominating 27-6 win over Texas Darian Hagan goes for 75 yards on the second play of the season to set the tone READ