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Video: Scotty McKnight Interview With Kyle Ringo - Daily Camera - It's been said before, but Scotty is well-spoken, gregarious, and speaks frankly. His interviews are worth watching. The highlights:
[On the strangest media question he's received]: "I got dogged for not having a lot of twitter followers. And I gotta plug Tyler's twitter... he told me I'd get more TD passes the more twitter followers he has."
[On players who have impressed him during off-season]: "Toney...will be a huge impact player for us this year. ...Travon [pron. TRAY-von] Patterson...very very fast guy, catches the ball well away from his body... ...Freshman: Jared Bell, Charles Smith, Keenan Canty...he's great in and out of his breaks. Those are some guys who'll probably step up and get to play this year.
It's definitely the most depth and talent, by far that we've ever had at this school We've never had a receiver like Toney, who's just the complete package, in terms of physically and being a great leader.
[On the start of Fall Camp]: Man, this is the first year I think, since I've been here, where guys are actually, "OK, let's get camp started!" Guys are fired up this year.
Patterson, 5-feet-9 and 170 pounds, could become the fastest player on the CU roster. He ran sprints for the USC track team.
"We’ve done some running," McKnight said. "He can really move. But he’s still getting acclimated to the elevation. He’s getting bloody noses. I told him, ‘You’ll be OK. You’ll get over it.’’
Thoughts and notes from Big 12's Day 3 - ESPN - ESPN's Blog has a nice wrap-up on the last day of Big 12 Media Days
Big 12 Name Change and more, after the jump.Big 12 name change on the table - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
Big 12 Commissioner Dan Beebe: "I'm in communication with [Big Ten] commissioner Jim Delany now about a swap,"
Apparently Beebe can make jokes after-all. You never know, though; todays one-liner could be November's reality.
Thorne to Play Professionally Overseas - CUBuffs.com - Dwight Thorne II has signed to play with BG Krlsruhe (that's in Germany).
Buffaloes` Johnson changes stations - Buffzone - We covered the announcement of the Charles Johnson/Joel Klatt radio show before, but this article has a little more meat, and confirmation on who will call the Buffs on the radio:
Mark Johnson will continue to team with legendary radio man Larry Zimmer for Buffs football games this fall. Mark Johnson is starting his seventh season as the Voice of the Buffs. Zimmer is closing in on 40 years covering Colorado sports teams.