Alex Ligon Update

Senior Alex Ligon put on 30 pounds since the end of last season, and has been playing both defensive tackle and defensive end this season. He tore a pectoral muscle weightlifting in March. Inside, an update on Ligon.
August 29, 2006

August Camp Preview: Defensive Line

Colorado returns lots of experience on the edges of the defensive line, including senior Abraham Wright, the team's returning sack leader. But questions will need to be addressed at defensive tackle in August. One answer there may include a former end moving inside. Whatever happens, defensive line coach Romeo Bandison thinks the unit will get better as the year progresses.
July 13, 2006

Practice Report: March 13

Inside, a practice report from CU's first spring scrimmage under new head coach Dan Hawkins. Also, some news on senior defensive end Alex Ligon.
March 13, 2006

A Look at Colorado's Defensive Line

Senior Abraham Wright, the Buffs' most experienced returning defensive lineman, weighs in on new coach Romeo Bandison, going into spring with starting positions up for grabs, and teammate Alex Ligon possibly getting some work at defensive tackle.
March 9, 2006

Practice Report, Oct. 24

Colorado began preparations for Saturday's game at Kansas State on Monday. Inside, some notes from the practice, including speculation on who will play defensive end for the Buffs this weekend.
October 24, 2005

Buffs Need a Fourth Defensive End

With Alonzo Barrett out likely six weeks with a knee injury, defensive end Alex Ligon (pictured) is back in the starting lineup. But CU coaches are looking for a fourth defensive end to back up Ligon. Also inside, notes from CU's weather-shortened practice and an update with Jarrell Yates.
October 10, 2005

CU Players Talk About Win Over Aggies

Colorado players Alex Ligon, Joe Klopfenstein, Lawrence Vickers, Hugh Charles and Abraham Wright comment on the 41-20 victory over Big 12 South opponnent Texas A&M.
October 8, 2005

'35 Sacks'

Call them the A-Team — Abraham, Alex and Alonzo. In 2004, the three defensive ends — Wright, Ligon and Barrett — combined for 11 sacks. The trio set an ambitious goal prior to summer workouts to raise that number significantly. Inside, what does the A-Team want to do to opposing quarterbacks this fall? Also, some notes from Wednesday's practice, including an update on the CU running game.
August 24, 2005