Jackson Open To Playing Another Position

The quarterbacks came out of Sunday night's scrimmage, perhaps closer than they had been going in in the race for the starting spot. While he saw all his action with and against the third team, junior Bernard Jackson led all rushers with 128 yards. Inside, Jackson talks about where he's at as camp winds toward the midway point.
August 15, 2006

Sipili's Caught Coach's Eye

Though he says he's been confused and out of breath most of the first week of practice, one of the newcomers who's stood out has been linebacker Michael Sipili. Could he see the field in 2006 as a true freshman? Also inside, notes from Saturday morning's practice.
August 12, 2006

Jones Makes Position Switch

True freshman Zach Jones has moved from the defensive line to the offensive line.
October 3, 2005

Q&A with Zach Jones

Zach Jones graduated from Grandview High School in Aurora a semester early and enrolled at CU this past spring. The experienced helped acclimate him to football and classwork earlier than his fellow teammates in the 2005 class. BSN spoke with the defensive lineman Thursday.
August 18, 2005

Practice Report, April 8

Offensive lineman <A HREF=[PlayerNode:1223668]>Jack Tipton</A> will be a fourth-year junior this fall. This spring, Tipton is trying to earn a starting spot, something that's eluded the 295-pounder to this point. Also inside, notes from Friday's scrimmage and what's on the agenda for Saturday's scrum.
April 8, 2005

Coach's Corner: Grandview High's John Schultz

Grandview High School head coach John Schultz talks about Colorado verbal commit <A HREF=[PlayerNode:1286524]>Zach Jones</A>.
January 13, 2005

Jones Could Make Immediate Impact

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=1286524">Zach Jones</a> was one of a handful of committed players to visit over the weekend. He sat down with Coach <b>Chris Wilson</b> and tells us what his future position coach is expecting from him. We also get the latest on his sensational junior teammate, <b>Aubrey Quarles</b>.
December 20, 2004