Waiting game

The NFL Draft used to an exciting weekend for the Colorado football program and its fans, but there have been only five Buffs picked in the past three years and no more than two Buffs are likely to be picked this year, if they are picked at all.
April 23, 2010

Video interviews: Geer and Burton

Scout.com spent a few minutes with CU linebacker Marcus Burton and tight end Riar Geer last week at Big 12 media days. Get inside to hear them discuss the Buffs' defense and offense respectively.
August 3, 2009

CU Camp Countdown: Question 10

Colorado opens its 2008 August camp on Monday. BSN is counting down the days with the 10 biggest questions going into August practices. Inside, Question No. 10.
July 29, 2008

2008 CU Preview: Receivers

One reason Colorado has implemented the no-huddle into its offensive arsenal, and plans to use it in 2008, is to give itself more opportunities to score. For the offense to really click, however, it needs an explosive threat at wide receiver. The kind of player opposing defensive coordinators take extra time scheming for. The kind of player defensive backs know by name, not just by number.
July 18, 2008

Geer Arrested

Spring football is scheduled to begin Monday at Colorado, but off-the-field issues are taking the spotlight this weekend. Riar Geer, the junior tight end at Colorado, was arrested Friday night for his alleged involvement in a fight, according to several news sources. He's the second player to be arrested in the past two days.
March 15, 2008

How Good Can Geer Get?

Inside, a look at the Colorado tight ends as the Buffs prepare to open August camp in less than two weeks.
July 27, 2007

Jackson: I Threw a Bad Ball

Colorado players Bernard Jackson, George Hypolite, Riar Geer and Hugh Charles talk about the loss to Baylor, a 34-31 heartbreaker at home in three overtimes.
October 7, 2006

Coach's Corner: Fruita Monument's Bill Moore

Fruita Monument head football coach Bill Moore talks about <A HREF=[PlayerNode:1171656]>Riar Geer</A>, the Wildcats player who verbally committed to Colorado in August.
January 6, 2005