Eleven former Colorado football players were put to the test by about 15 scouts from National Football League teams today. It's possible as many as six CU players could end up on pro rosters in mini-camps and training camps next fall, but whether a CU name will be called on draft day remains a mystery. Get inside to see who might have helped themselves.
March 9, 2009
It happens every year in most any team sport. The veteran, the guy who's expected to be in the starting lineup, gets injured. He has to go to the sidelines. The setback provides an opportunity for a younger player to gain valuable experience. It speeds up his process, helps the team's depth at a particular position.
April 15, 2008
Defensive line coach Romeo Bandison was generally pleased with the play of his unit in Sunday's scrimmage. Inside, Bandison talks about the line, including tackle Brandon Nicolas. Also inside, notes from Monday, including a player dismissal and position move.
August 14, 2006
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
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