Sims Says Wrist Won't Slow Him

Cornerback Lorenzo Sims is expected back at practice Wednesday after missing time with a broken wrist. Missing practices seemed to cause the senior more discomfort than a broken wrist. Inside, Sims speaks highly of the secondary play in fall camp, and notes from Tuesday's practices.
August 22, 2006

Q&A with Greg Brown

Inside, defensive backs coach Greg Brown talks about the progress of his unit so far in camp. Also, some notes from Tuesday afternoon's practice.
August 15, 2006

August Camp Preview: Secondary

Things are unsettled in the secondary, in terms of starters, going into August camp. Still, defensive coordinator Ron Collins and defensive backs coach Greg Brown liked what they saw enough in spring to commit to the Colorado corners playing a more aggressive style this fall. Inside, a look at the secondary.
July 20, 2006

March 16 Practice Report

Colorado conducted its third practice of the spring. Temperatures had turned slightly warmer and spirits were once again high. Inside, notes from the practice, including some insight on senior defensive back Lorenzo Sims who has been practicing at safety.
March 16, 2006

Experience Abundant in CU Secondary

Colorado is set to begin its first practice with Dan Hawkins and his staff on Monday. Inside, the BSN continues its preview of all the positions, looking at the secondary.
March 6, 2006

Sims Feeling Best He Has All Season

Starting junior cornerback Lorenzo Sims had surgery to clear up a lingering knee injury Oct. 17 and recovered in time to play in the win over Kansas State. Inside, Sims talks about how his knee is feeling, and about defending Missouri and quarterback Brad Smith.
October 31, 2005

CU Secondary Confident as Saturday Approaches

Before Colorado put together a game-winning goal line stand a year ago to beat the Rams, CU's pass defense was ugly. Colorado's starting cornerbacks Lorenzo Sims and Gerett Burl expect a prettier picture Saturday.
August 29, 2005

Practice Report — August 18

The way he sees it, he's gone from the jailhouse to the laugh-house; from the cement block to the leather couch. He's the older brother who's moved out of the house. And to signify the move, cornerback-turned-receiver Vance Washington is sporting a new number. Also inside, news on Lorenzo Sims (pictured) and how the departure of two defensive ends will affect some of CU's young defensive linemen.
August 18, 2005