It's time for a little weekly house-cleaning. Any links that weren't big enough news to make an earlier post show up today. But first...
WR facing charges interested in transferring to CU - Buffzone -The article was posted earlier and is mainly about Paul Richardson, but this gem was buried in the 12th paragraph:
If Richardson ends up at Colorado, he would be the second wide receiver in a week to come to Boulder from trouble in a Pac-10 Conference program. Travon Patterson is in Boulder and is in the final stages of completing his transfer from USC, which was hit hard with NCAA sanctions earlier this summer. [emphasis added]
If this is true, then today just became Super-Sunday.
Former Colorado quarterbacks Charles Johnson and Joel Klatt are teaming up for a sports talk radio show that should begin airing next week on KCUV (102.3 FM) weekdays from noon to 3 p.m.
Brooks: Castor Hopes To Give Buffs A Better Boot - CUBuffs.com - BG Brooks wrote a profile on freshman kicker Justin Castor. Good leg, good attitude, I like him!
"I've been training to start - that's my goal... I think if you train any other way, you're setting yourself up for failure."
Could one more lost recruit find his way to Colorado? Maybe: Aggies RB signee bails - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
In a short release, Texas A&M announced running back signee D.J. Jones will not enroll at Texas A&M for the fall... Jones signed with the Aggies as the nation's No. 24 running back, and its fifth highest-rated recruit in the 2010 class, according to ESPNU. The 5-foot-11, 183-pounder planned to come to Texas A&M from Denison, Texas.
Some small-ball wrap-up, after the jump.
Ceal Barry To Chair NCAA I Women's Basketball Issues Committee - CUBuffs.com - I don't know about the committee itself, but it looks like Barry is climbing the rungs.
It's been just over a year since the Colorado National Golf Club in Erie was renamed and dedicated as the University of Colorado's home course, and it has received more national recognition as it will serve as host to the 2012 Women's Golf NCAA West Regional.
CU women's tennis head coach Nicole Kenneally will join title sponsor Etkin Johnson Group for the 6th Annual Tennis Marathon For Breast Cancer, Sunday, August 22.
What's wrong with College Basketball - ESPN-Dana O'Neil - Not about CU, but it's an in-depth discussion about what ails college basketball and how to fix it... You know... if you're into that sort of thing.