August Camp Preview: Receivers/Tight Ends

The Colorado passing game promises to be more wide open than in recent seasons, according to the new offensive minds in Boulder. If it's to be effective, some playmakers need to emerge at wide receiver. Meanwhile, transfer Tyson DeVree (pictured) will get an opportunity to be a big part of the offense at tight end, as well.
July 25, 2006

Practice Report — August 8

On Monday, the Buffs practiced in full pads for the first time this fall camp. Inside, notes from the practice, plus BSN's first interview with freshman tailback Kevin Moyd.
August 8, 2005

UPDATE: Mackey Out For Season With ACL Tear

Blake Mackey suffered a torn ACL in Sunday's practice and will miss the 2005 season. Team trainer Steve Willard said Monday afternoon surgey had not yet been scheduled, but that he expected the junior receiver to make a full recovery and be ready for spring ball 2006.
August 8, 2005

Practice Report — August 7

Colorado conducted its fourth practice of August camp on Sunday afternoon in Boulder. Inside, a look at some depth chart experimenting, news on an injury to Blake Mackey, a look at some of the drills the Buffs are running and a general practice report.
August 7, 2005

Camp Preview — Receivers

How important will Quinn Sypniewski's presence be? Who'll start at wide receiver? Can Tim Lemon make an impact this fall? Inside, a look at the CU receivers heading into August drills.
July 26, 2005

Spring Preview: Receivers

The main emphasis for spring ball for Colorado will be improving all phases of the passing game, on both sides of the ball. Inside, a look at the receiving corps. The BSN also caught up with coaches Watson and Wristen to get their thoughts on the passing game.
March 15, 2005

Spring Preview -- WR's/TE's

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