Spring Practice Updates


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Spring Practice Updates

//posted 4.14.2014

Mac on CU’s spring: “I see areas where we’ve improved, but we’ve got to go do it on those Saturdays”

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Spring Game, 2014

//posted 4.13.2014

Full game recap, together with quotes from coaches MacIntyre, Lindgren and Baer …

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Washington 59, Colorado 7

//posted 11.9.2013

Buffs give up 628 yards of total offense, and two turnovers for touchdowns, in rout by Huskies …

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Freshman running back Michael Adkins had four rushing touchdowns in leading Colorado to a 43-10 victory over Charleston Southern in Sefo Liufau’s first career start at quarterback.

Adkins, who had 178 rushing yards on the season coming into the game, had 13 carries for 137 yards to lead the Buffs in what appeared to be a rout on the final scoreboard. The score was 22-10 at half, however, after CSU put together two nine-minute first-half drives to keep the game close. The Colorado defense stiffened in the second half, however, as the Buffs slowly pulled away from the Buccaneers …

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A unit-by-unit look at the CU roster as the 2013 season opener approaches …

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Spring Game – 2013

//posted 5.10.2013

Coach Mike MacIntyre: “I wanted to see everybody compete and keep fighting and that’s one thing we really did”

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Spring Grades – Offense

//posted 4.15.2012

The mid-terms have been turned in, it’s time for the grades. How did each unit fare this spring? …

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In the best offensive showing of the 11-game Jon Embree era, Colorado won it’s first-ever Pac-12 game in dominating Arizona, 48-29.

On a Senior Day when there was a chance that the 2011 Buffs would become the first Colorado team to fail to win a home game at Folsom Field, the Colorado seniors came up big. Senior running back Rodney Stewart had 24 carries for 181 yards and three touchdowns, while also contributing a touchdown passing. On the other end of that halfback pass for a score was senior quarterback Tyler Hansen, who went 16-for-26 for 213 yards and two touchdowns.

On a 57-degree afternoon with winds gusting as high as 62 mph, Colorado posted 500 yards of total offense for only the second time in 2011, while holding the opposition under 500 yards for the first time in six games. The Colorado defense, which had only four interceptions in the first ten games of the year, had three against Arizona quarterback Nick Foles.

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The University of Colorado continued to compile all-time (negative) records in losing its first-ever game against a Pac-12 South rival, falling 48-14 to No. 23 Arizona State. In falling behind 21-0 in the first quarter, the result of the game was never in doubt. The Buffs surrendered over 30 points for the sixth straight game, which last happened in 1983. Colorado also gave up over 500 yards of total offense (522) for the fourth consecutive game, something which had never happened before.

Then, of course, there was the road losing streak, extended to 22 games (the previous record for consecutive road losses, in the 121-year history of the program, was ten).

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No. 9 Oregon 45, Colorado 2

//posted 10.23.2011

CU head coach Jon Embree: “I’m smiling because you have to smile to keep from crying”

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Washington 52, Colorado 24

//posted 10.17.2011

The Washington Huskies, in their first game against Colorado since 2000, ran over, through and around the Buffs, dominating from start to finish in a 52-24 rout. Washington quarterback Keith Price had 230 yards and four yards touchdowns passing … at halftime, as the Huskies scored on all six first half possessions and never looked back.

Jon Embree: “We got beat in every phase” …

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Leading Heisman trophy candidate Andrew Luck passed for a season-high 370 yards and three touchdowns as the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal ran around, through, over and past the out-manned Colorado Buffaloes, 48-7.

On the day, Stanford rolled to 553 yards of total offense, while Stanford’s top ten defense held the Buffs to 264 yards. Playing without five suspended players on defense and without the Buffs’ only play-maker on offense, the outcome of the game wasn’t much in doubt after only a few minutes of play, as the Cardinal methodically pulled away from the inept Buffs”.

Embree: “It is what it is”

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