The weather in Boulder was definitely different than in the Denver area.
Two to three inches of snow covered the Buffs practice field this morning forcing Colorado inside the bubble to conduct Wednesday's practice.
According to Colorado Head Football Coach Mike MacIntyre, the Buffs are able to get most things done inside the bubble.
"It's a little cramped, but it does allow us to get everything done we need to get done," MacIntyre said this morning. "We have to move things around a little bit to be able to get all our groups in but its workable."
MacIntyre, when asked about the bubble's affect on filming, admitted that it does play a role in the quality of film they get.
"We don't get as good of side view as we do when we are outside," MacIntyre said. "The endzone views are ok and not a lot of difference there. The height of the walls makes the film a little different."
MACINTYRE TALKS ABOUT HOW ATHLETIC PUNTER IS
Even though junior punter Darragh O'Neill came up short on a fake punt on the Buffs end of the field Saturday night against Arizona, MacIntyre talked about how athletic his punter is.
"He is a great athlete," MacIntyre said. "We have a certain read on how they lined up, he has had the green light on five other occasions and punted it everytime, he got the read Saturday and then one of the guys moved and made a great play on it."
Paul Richardson BACK OUT ON THE PRACTICE FIELD
Richardson went through some drills here Wednesday morning and according to MacIntyre will probably play Saturday. It depends on how his ankle reacts to today's drills and if it swells or not. "Right now it's day to day, he will likely play, we will just have to see." Richardson also talked after practice to CU Buffs.com that he will hopefully play this weekend, returning home to his hometown of Los Angeles.
FRESHMAN TAILBACK STILL QUESTIONABLE FOR SATURDAY
"Right now he hasn't passed the test to return," MacIntyre said. "If he passes the test, even if its on Friday or Saturday, then he will see some action, we will just have to wait and see how it goes."