Ruptured spleen? Yikes. No backup quarterback? Freaky. Baylor is atop the Big12 South? Now that's really scary. It must be Halloween.
College Football Alphabetical, Week 8: At The Intersection Of Past BCS Champs, Bowl Eligible And WTF - SBNation.com - SBNation's Week 8 college football recap, where they try to understand the BCS picture using fancy diagrams and the A, B, C's.
Turn out the lights; the party's over ... - Time to bring in Dandy Don Meredith ... Enough will finally be enough. True, there are five games still to play, and there will be much talk in the Dal Ward Center this week about playing hard each gamep; about taking it "one game at a time". A bowl game is still possible, they will say. The Buffs are only 3-4, and need only to go 3-2 to qualify for a bowl game in 2010. The Buff players will put on brave faces, and say the right things. But no one will believe them. I’m not sure the players will be believe any of it, either.
Entering the final month of the 2010 college football regular season, upstarts have trumped tradition in conference races: Missouri leads the Big 12 North. Baylor leads the Big 12 South...
Man, that still creeps me out to say...
It's not over ... but it's over. Thus, what could have been a 5-2 record and some momentum heading into next week's game at Oklahoma is now a 3-4 ledger, three straight losses and a team whose confidence has been battered. Over? While the Buffs still have a chance -- granted, an outside chance -- at becoming bowl eligible, there is almost no chance that Dan Hawkins survives to usher the Buffs into the Pac-12. Any realistic chance he had was doomed by back-to-back losses in back-to-back must-win situations.
The Colorado football program could be one play away from a full-blown emergency at quarterback. Senior Cody Hawkins is now the starter after Tyler Hansen suffered a season-ending injury Saturday against Texas Tech, but Hawkins is the only other quarterback on the roster with any college game experience. Offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau said coaches were evaluating all their options Sunday night and will come up with plans for multiple scenarios, but he didn`t have all the answers just yet. Kiesau said wide receivers Kyle Cefalo and Scotty McKnight might be the best options as emergency quarterbacks.
Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson continued to turn heads and attract attention from defenders and fans alike Saturday in a loss to Texas Tech at Folsom Field. Richardson became the first true freshman in CU history to catch two touchdown passes in the same game, collecting scoring throws from senior Cody Hawkins of 3 and 60 yards, both in the third quarter.
There is [Less Scary] Small Ball after the jump: CU Basketball, CU Soccer, CU Tennis, and the BCS.
Obligatory BCS Link: Auburn Tigers are ranked first in Bowl Championship Series standings - ESPN
For the first time in school history, the Auburn Tigers are ranked No. 1 in the Bowl Championship Series standings. The top 5: 1. Auburn 2. Oregon 3. Boise St. 4. TCU 5. Michigan St.
CU's Lappe not afraid to lean on mentor - Buffzone
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Somewhere packed in the boxes from her moves between Iowa and Colorado, Linda Lappe has a snapshot of a moment that changed her life.
Boyle relying on Higgins to set tone for Buffs - Buffzone
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Jeff Bzdelik`s first recruit at Colorado was also Tad Boyle`s first recruit. After meeting with the Buffs for the first time in April before his introductory press conference as their new head coach, Boyle asked Cory Higgins for a favor...
Buffs Tie Seattle in Double-Overtime, 1-1 - CUBuffs.com
The Buffaloes tied Seattle University at Prentup Field 1-1 in double-overtime. This is the second time this season the Buffs have played 110 minutes.
Tennis Performs Well at KU Invite - CUBuffs.com
The CU women's tennis team won six of eight tennis matches in day one of the Kansas Invitational, Friday afternoon. The Buffs won three of four singles and three of four doubles matches.