Bruce Plasket Interview, Part II

As a writer for the Daily Times-Call in Longmont, Bruce Plasket reported on the so-called recruiting scandal that rocked the CU football program last year. Plasket was granted behind-the-scenes access to the team during the 2004 season. Plasket is writing a book about what he observed the past year, tentatively titled "Three Hours on Saturday." Inside, Part II of a three-part interview with the journalist, where he talks about the role race played in the overall story last year.
January 24, 2005

Game Talk

On Senior Day at Folsom, Colorado senior Bobby Purify won the Buffalo Heart Award, senior Ron Monteilh chose an opportune time to catch his first career touchdown, senior Brandon Dabdoub relished sending Kansas State home bowl INeligible, and, looking ahead, senior Matt McChesney said he wants to go out 3-2 in his career vs. Nebraska with a win over the Cornhuskers Nov. 26.
November 13, 2004

Colorado 38,<br>Kansas State 31

Every decade or so, Colorado comes up with a 64-yard pass play to win a ball game. Ten years after the "Miracle in Michigan," the Buffs connected on a long go-ahead touchdown pass as time ticked down to :05 and beat visiting Kansas State 38-31.
November 13, 2004

Buffs banged up

The physical rigor of spring practices has begun to take its toll on the Buffs, who nevertheless completed what interim head coach <b>Brian Cabral</b> called an important session Wednesday. Especially hit by the injury bug right now is the wide receiving corps, which is missing three young players expected to compete for significant playing time in the fall.
April 14, 2004

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