Preseason Rankings


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Preseason Rankings

//posted 7.3.2014

Golden Nugget: CU a four-point pick over CSU …. Preseason magazines consensus: Oregon and UCLA to win divisions

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Colorado Daily – May

//posted 5.31.2013

Emma Coburn goes out with another NCAA title … Kronshage: I didn’t tweet racial slur … Mac-2: “If there is no trust you won’t be able to turn it around”

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August 31st Texas A&M says “adios” to the Big 12 After weeks of partial denials and convoluted press releases, Texas A&M has made it official. The Aggies are looking for a new conference. Texas A&M has notified the Big 12 that it plans to apply for membership to a new conference, and if accepted, it will end its membership with the Big 12 on June 30, 2012. “I have determined it is in the best interest of Texas A&M to make application to join another athletic conference,” Loftin, who was …

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  October 18th – Boulder           Colorado 42, Kansas 6 For the first time in 1997, the Colorado Buffaloes played like the 1997 Buffaloes were predicted to play when the season started. After falling behind 3-0 early, the Buffs dominated on both sides of the line of scrimmage, posting its first easy win of the season, taking out Kansas, 42-6.  Leveling the season record at 3-3, the Buffs recorded their largest margin of victory since leveling Northeast Louisiana 66-14 early in 1995.  A night game parent’s weekend crowd of 52,097 was treated to …

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— Koy Detmer Under the Microscope — Everyone knew shortly after the Texas A&M game was over that quarterback Koy Detmer, whose efforts over the first three games of the season had merited a “Colorado’s Detmer throws his hat into ring” Heisman-watch headline from USA Today (9/18/95), was seriously injured. What happened? Detmer:  “It was weird the way it happened.  I went to spin out of the pocket and take off running, but my foot was hung up in the turf and when I pushed, my knee kind of dug …

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—  September 16th – Boulder      No. 8 Colorado 38,  No. 10 Illinois 7 — The University of Colorado served notice to the football world that the 1989 Buffs were for real, dominating No. 10 Illinois, 38-7. For the third straight game, the Buffs scored on their first possession.  A 74-yard pass from Darian Hagan to wideout Jeff Campbell set up a one-yard scoring run by Eric Bieniemy to give Colorado the early lead, 7-0.  After the Illini tied the score on a two-yard run by Howard Griffith, Colorado took the lead …

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2016 "Welcome to the Fight" - Buffs open season with rout of Rams Sefo Liufau throws for 318 yards as Buffs dominate Rams READ