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Wednesday Buff Bites - Mike Bohn Receives A Contract Extension

Recapping the day's Buffs and college football news. 

Colorado_medium CU regents OK 5-year contract extension for Athletic Director Mike Bohn - Boulder Daily Camera

The University of Colorado regents today unanimously approved a five-year contract extension for Athletic Director Mike Bohn. His base pay salary of $297,000 will remain the same, and he is eligible to earn up to $100,000 in performance bonuses.

Colorado_medium Colorado DE Uzo-Dirbe OK after neck injury - The Denver Post - Sophomore defensive end Chidera Uzo-Diribe was taken to an area hospital this morning after dinging his neck. Everything seems to be just fine now.

Colorado_medium QB Hirschman ruled out for CU's Saturday scrimmage | The Field House - Backup QB Nick Hirschman has been ruled out for CU’s Saturday scrimmage due to a slight ankle injury.

Colorado_medium Impact frosh and underclassmen to watch - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN

Parker Orms, CB, So., Colorado: Orms was the starting nickel back in 2010 before he blew out his knee on the third play of the season-opener against Colorado State. He's now No. 1 at cornerback -- the Buffs more worrisome position -- despite sitting out spring practices. 

Colorado_medium CU Buffs to hit two-a-days - Buffzone

As the Buffs look to establish a dominate ground game again under offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, it appears the coaches have found another powerful lead blocker in Evan Harrington. Embree said Monday the converted linebacker leads Tyler Ahles in the competition for the starting job. "They're both physical, but Evan's a little farther along on the playbook and understanding what we want, who to block and how we want it done," Embree said. "I'd say he has the edge right now." Harrington, a senior who transferred to CU from College of the Canyons in 2010, only saw action on six defensive plays last season. He might eclipse that number on the Buffs' first drive of the season at Hawaii if the offense is executing the game plan.

Colorado_medium Getting to know your Pac-12 quarterbacks - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN

Pac-12 competition -- California? -- eek! Colorado's Tyler Hansen has started one game against a Pac-12 foe. Last fall, he completed 18 of 34 for 166 yards with three interceptions in a 52-7 defeat at California. One of his interceptions was returned 41 yards for a touchdown. One of his completions was fumbled and returned 81 yards for another TD. 

Colorado_medium Issues facing the veteran QBs - Pac-12 Blog - ESPN

Tyler Hansen, Colorado: The good news for Hansen is the job is his and he no longer has to worry about the coach's son, as he did under Dan Hawkins with Cody Hawkins. The bad news also is it's all on him, though Hansen seems like the sort who would see that as good news. A more tangible worry for Hansen is a lack of depth at receiver. Paul Richardson can ball and Toney Clemons is solid. After that, things are thin.  

A look around the Pac-12...

Colorado_pac-12 Previewing Every College Football Game The SEC Will Play In 2011 - SBNation.com - In an effort to preview the 2011 college football season, Spencer Hall provides a look into every single SEC game on the schedule this year. Some Pac-12 teams play some SEC team's, so this works here.

Colorado_pac-12 Rodgers "Kills 'Em" In Drills - Building The Dam - James Rodgers is already looking great in Oregon State practices.

Colorado_pac-12 First Day Impressions - UW Dawg Pound - Freshmen make a big impression as UW camp opens.

Colorado_pac-12 USC Fall Camp Practice #6 Notes - Conquest Chronicles - Notes from the Trojans Tuesday practice. 

Colorado_pac-12First Day Impressions - UW Dawg Pound - Freshmen make a big impression as UW camp opens.