Lance Carl Interview Part III: The 2019 Season


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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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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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In an exclusive interview, Associate Athletic director Lance Carl, half of the “Committee of Two” who brought Mel Tucker to CU, discusses the hiring process, and his first impressions of CU’s new head coach …

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Can the D-Line get pressure on QB’s? … Can the secondary produce new stars? … Thoughts on 2018

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Each unit discussed … An open competition at WR … RB’s competing against “He who shall not be named”

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Lance Carl – Coaches

//posted 3.13.2018

Associate AD Lance Carl talks about CU’s three new assistants, and the chemistry in the coaches’ room …

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Associate Athletic Director Lance Carl discusses CU Football, 2017 … Part One: Coaches

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

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Carl: “I think Mike understands … this job is about winning” … Chiaverini and Lindgren: “polar opposites in personality, but they hit it off tremendously”

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First signee of CU Class talks about “coming home” to CU and what it’s like to be a recruit in 2012

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CU Transition Classes

//posted 2.1.2011

From McCartney to Hawkins – A look at Colorado’s last four “Transition Classes” of recruits

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  — November 7th – Boulder           Colorado 27, Missouri 10 — Colorado ran its home record for the year to 4-1 in defeating Missouri 27-10 before 44,050 at Folsom Field. Missouri came into the game with a 5-3 record, 2-2 in the Big Eight. Both teams had lost to Oklahoma State, so it was apparent that this contest would decide which team would finish fourth in the Big Eight conference in 1987 behind Oklahoma, Nebraska and the OSU Cowboys. With the Buffs and the Tigers still aspiring to a bowl invitation, …

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