Simmons says he will report "in-shape" and ready to go. It sounds like Coach Kiesau was a great source of inspiration for Andre throughout this process of trying to get qualified. It is still only a matter of time before we know if the Colorado Admissions Office will qualify Simmons...we need this one!!!
Clarification on Will Jefferson | The Buffzone Blog
Kyle Ringo of the BDC clarifies his early post saying that the Buffs landed a 2009 wide receiver, Will Jefferson.
I was able to follow up today with a football program source about new wide receiver addition Will Jefferson, who told me this weekend that he was already admitted to CU and cleared by the NCAA eligibility center. I’m told none of that is true. He still has to be cleared by both. Part of the hold up on Jefferson gaining academic eligibility was him needing to take a summer school course at his high school. I’m told they are confident he will be cleared academically and they are excited to get him. Not sure if my source had fingers or toes crossed at the time.
Ringo: Three key issues face Hawk's Buffs in 2009 - Boulder Daily Camera
Colorado begins fall camp for the fourth time under football coach Dan Hawkins on Friday after an eventful offseason that included coaching changes, player additions and departures and no significant off-field trouble.
August is like December to football coaches : All Things Colorado Sports Colorado
Some Colorado Buffaloes basketball information in this period of all football, all the time:
Colorado men’s basketball coach Jeff Bzdelik reportedly offered a scholarship to 6-foot-6 shooting guard Alex Dragicevich during the spring. Since then, the offer list for the Northbrook (Ill.) North High star has swelled. CU’s competition now includes Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oregon State, Xavier, Utah and others. Bzdelik can talk some "northsider" smack to Dragicevich. Bzdelik also grew up in suburban Chicago. His hometown of Mount Prospect is only about three or four miles from Northbrook. Another CU target, according to Rivals.com, is 6-9 Kevin Panzer, a forward at Mission Viejo (Calif.) Capistrano Valley. Panzer told Rivals.com recently that his top three is comprised of Colorado, Gonzaga and Pennsylvania. Yes, that’s Penn of the Ivy League. Evidently, Panzer wouldn’t have any trouble getting his transcript through the CU admissions office.
ADP Report - AthlonSports.com
College fantasy drafts are underway and Athlon takes a look at the average draft position of some of the top players. Darrell Scott was picked, on average, 123rd overall. Meanwhile, seven Big 12 running backs are on the Doak Walker Watch List for the best running back in the nation...some more motivation for the Buffs offense including Darrell Scott and Rodney Stewart. Keep pinning these things up fellas!