Recapping Colorado Buffaloes and college football news from around the web.
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"They were heart-to-heart conversations," McGhee recalled. "He said he didn't perform to his own expectations last season (and) he was looking to refocus and get himself into a position where he could be major contributor. The changing of the guard provided him the opportunity to do that.
"He's a huge guy in our whole scheme of things. We're expecting a lot of things from him. He's an older kid and everybody knows who he was (at Legacy). We let him know, 'Hey, man, it's your time. You're going into your third year and we're going to give you every opportunity to show us what you have.'"
Previewing the Buffaloes - The Buckeye Battlecry - Solid, in-depth Buffs preview from an Ohio State site. Worth your time to check out.
Buffs excited to unveil new facilities to fans Saturday - The Denver Post - Info on the unveiling of the new basketball facility tomorrow. Anyone going?
CU Buffs' Will Pericak finds niche on D-line - Buffzone - Pericak will be a big part of our success on the defensive line this season.
Through two weeks of fall camp, no player on the CU roster has made more of the opportunity to impress the new staff than Schrock. "He definitely solidified himself as the No. 3 guy," Embree said after Thursday's practice, where Hansen was given a rest and Schrock was running the first-team offense.
"I feel good about our quarterback position." Embree named Hansen -- the on-again, off-again starter the three previous seasons under the vacillating Dan Hawkins -- the undisputed No. 1 quarterback after spring drills. Backup Nick Hirschman has missed most of fall camp with a foot injury.
CU's untested centers Daniel Munyer, Gus Handler coming up big - The Denver Post - Please play well. Please play well. Please play well.
A look around the Pac-12...
A look at Utah's blackout jersey - Block U - I have been senselessly ribbing Utah lately because it seems like the right thing to do. However, this comes from the heart... Under Armor makes the worst uniforms in college football. What the hell is with the pattern on the shoulders here?
Some Observations From WSU's First Scrimmage - CougCenter - Some news and notes for Washington State's first scrimmage
Cal Football Fall Camp Review Week 2 - California Golden Blogs - Anyone heard anything about how many Cal fans will be making the trip to Boulder?
Brandon Hardin: Some Reassembly Required - Building The Dam - Oregon State loses a starting cornerback.
Not bowl-or-bust: The reason Mike Stoops' job at Arizona is not on the line - Arizona Desert Swarm - Is Mike Stoops on the hot seat this season? On an almost completely unrelated note, watching ESPN All-Access with OU has made me love Bob Stoops even more. HERO.
A great roundup of UCLA fall practice (Bruins Nation helped me win a copy of NCAA 12 in Vegas this last weekend... thanks bros)
Polk out 'a couple of weeks' after scope - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN - Washington running back Chris Polk could miss the Huskies first game.