10 Questions: John Guydon

After coming to <!--Default For Colorado is to ignore-->Colorado from Fullerton CC in 2003, lineman <!--Default NodeId For John Guydon is 1221228,2004--><A HREF=[PlayerNode:1221228]><b>John Guydon</A></b> sat out a redshirt year last season. This fall the junior will play an important role on CU's interior defensive line. And he could also see some time on the offensive line in emergency situations. Here are 10 Questions with Guydon.
August 25, 2004

Dabdoub Back in Action

After Monday's practice, the Buffs are one-third of the way through their preseason camp. Monday marked the first day that senior defensive lineman <a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid= 39924">Brandon Dabdoub</a> got to face off against teammates in full contact drills, as he's been recovering from spring surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Two roster moves were also made Monday. Follow the link to find who's moving where.
August 16, 2004

Wilson Likes Unit's Maturity

Defensive line coach <b>Chris Wilson</b> is upbeat about the potential of his defensive linemen heading into August drills. The unit will be a key in CU's revamped defense in 2004, and Wilson plans to field the best six or seven players this fall. He will spend the next few weeks figuring out who that is among the returning candidates, as the unit recently gained a new face and may be losing another.
August 6, 2004

5 Questions: Heading into August Camp

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

Practice Report -- April 7

Colorado conducted a 100-plus play scrimmage Wednesday that ended with the offense scoring three touchdowns, while the defense came up with two interceptions. Four players who participated in the practice were in Broomfield earlier in the day testifying before the Independent Investigative Panel. The Buffalo Sports News has interim head coach Brian Cabral's thoughts on the scrimmage and the panel, plus some information on a couple of positions, center and defensive back.
April 7, 2004