Craig Ochs is a different kind of cat. Most rookie quarterbacks would stay as far away from San Diego as possible if given the choice. In San Diego, he has to endure Camp Marty while battling for a roster spot on a depth chart that includes a franchise player, a player selected fourth overall in the draft a year ago and a player who was kept on the active roster as a fourth quarterback as the team feared losing him.
July 6, 2005
With Doug Flutie out of the picture in San Diego, a door has seemingly opened for a quarterback. Cleo Lemon is on the rise up the depth chart while a new addition, Craig Ochs, is a willing participant in the battle for the third spot on the depth chart. As Ochs explains, the Drew Brees – Philip Rivers situation has to play itself out at some point and Ochs is ready to fill the gap it creates.
May 17, 2005
As soon as the NFL Draft ends, fans go back to their lives, leaving the den to see their wife for the first time of the weekend but the San Diego Chargers are still hard at work securing undrafted free agents and that has begun, including bringing in a quarterback that they thought about drafting.
April 25, 2005
Nothing has frustrated Buff fans more the past few seasons than Colorado's inability to kick a field goal. From squib kicks to missed chip shots, CU has not had a kicker who can hit the big kick. So Head Coach Gary Barnett recruited two kickers he hopes will erase some of those bad memories.
August 11, 2003
It was another strange year for the 2002 Colorado Buffaloes. Once the Buffs fell to 1-2, everyone wrote them off and figured there was no way they could repeat as Big 12 North Division champions. But once again, the Colorado Buffs surprised eveyone and had a very successful season. As you prepare for the 2003 season, review each game from last year beginning with games 1-7.
August 1, 2003