Over the years, offensive coordinator Shawn Watson has been adept at adapting CU's offense to fit make-shift personnel in crisis situations. Now that the Buffs are playing with a full arsenal of weapons, however, the offense is misfiring. What's the problem?
September 15, 2004
Colorado struggled through a scrimmage Friday at Folsom Field, running through various situations that can occur during the course of a ballgame. The scrimmage produced what could be a significant injury, as sophomore wide out <!--Default NodeId For Tyler Littlehales is 1223469,2004--><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1223469]>Tyler Littlehales</A> went down with a knee problem.
August 27, 2004
Colorado begins its August camp Sunday. That day's agenda includes true freshmen meetings, physicals and photos. Unlike in recent years, when the veterans reported a few days later, the returning Buffs will be on hand for a team meal Sunday evening. Conditioning tests take place Monday, followed by a full team practice, the first of 27 scheduled prior to the Sept. 4 game vs. CSU. Here are 5 questions that need to be answered in August camp as the Buffs prep for the 2004 season.
August 4, 2004
Colorado conducted its annual spring game at Folsom Field Saturday in front of an estimated crowd of 4,500 fans. The team was divided into two squads and the White group, led by quarterback <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=55606">Joel Klatt</a>, came away with a 17-13 win in an evenly fought match.
April 24, 2004
No unit loses more production from the 2003 team than the CU wide receivers. Yet while CU graduates three standout pass-catchers, two of whom were a record-setting part of the Buffs' offense, wide receivers coach <b>Ted Gilmore</b> says there are several talented players waiting to fill the vacated shoes. We also preview the Tight End spot where <b>John Wristen</b> and <b>Shawn Watson</b> think they have a group as good as 2001 with <b>Joseph Klopfenstein</b> being one of the best in the nation.
March 24, 2004