Grading the Hires – Offense


Posts Tagged ‘Darrin Chiaverini’

Karl Dorrell retained two well known and popular assistant coaches on offense (Chiaverini and Hagan), a strong QB coach in Danny Langsdorf, an energetic TE coach in Taylor Embree, and a real question mark in OL coach Mitch Rodrigue … How well will they mesh? …

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On the blending of the new coaching staff: “Coach Tucker has done a great job of bringing in not only good coaches, but good people” … On rivalry games; “You can’t over-hype games, you really can’t. You can prepare each and every day, make sure your guys know what they are doing, so they can go out there are perform” …

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Coach Chiaverini was recently promoted to assistant head coach, with Coach Tucker calling “Coach Chev” a “relentless recruiter” … In Part One, we talk about how recruiting works in today’s game, and how he feels CU “sells” itself to prospects …

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Updated – Pac-12 coaches speak out (anonymously) about CU quarterback Steven Montez …

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CU v. Cal – A Preview

//posted 10.26.2017

“T.I.P.S.” for Cal … Bears 95th in total offense; 100th in total defense … Turnovers the stat to watch …

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CU v. Arizona – A Preview

//posted 10.4.2017

“T.I.P.S.” for CU v. Arizona … Phillip Lindsay: “We’re going to be fine” … Buff fans are not so sure …

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Return to Relevance

//posted 8.8.2016

CU may not be ready for a “Return to Dominance” in 2016, but there are reasons for optimism …

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Nelson Spruce has moved on, but CU is not lacking for candidates for the next great Buff wideout

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What to Watch For …

//posted 4.9.2016

It may only be a scrimmage, but there are many reasons for Buff fans to check out the Spring Game

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

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Rating the Rankings

//posted 2.6.2016

CU finished in the 60’s nationally in recruiting rankings … but that is not the end of the story …

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Colorado 24, Wyoming 0

//posted 9.19.2009

On a day when Washington, 0-12 in 2008, took out No. 3 USC (16-13), you knew it was a day in which anything could happen.

The much-maligned Colorado defense held Wyoming to 230 yards of total offense in posting the first shutout for Colorado since the Buffs took out Miami (Ohio), 42-0, almost exactly two years ago.

The Buffs’ offense was not overwhelming, but was much more effective than it had been the first two games of 2009. Cody Hawkins hit on 17-of-31 passes for 175 yards, and Rodney Stewart rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns. Scotty McKnight had five catches for 77 yards, and had a timely fumble recovery for a touchdown.

Colorado, which had fallen behind by double digits in each of the first two games, turned the tables in game three.

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