Found February 23, 2014 on College Football Universe:
Colorado head coach Mike MacIntyre will need to improve on his 1-8 conference record if he hopes to stay in Boulder for the long run. The good news is that MacIntyre is entering only his second season with the Buffaloes and has nowhere to go but up after finishing sixth in the Pac-12 South. Sophomore Sefo Liufau will begin the season as starting quarterback since his main competitor, Connor Wood, decided to give up football altogether. Liufau showed incredible composure on the gridiron last season and threw for 1,1779 yards in eight games. The Buffaloes learned on Valentine’s Day that Air Force quarterback Jaleel Awini announced his intentions to transfer to Colorado, however he will have to sit out the entire 2014 season. Coach MacIntyre actually signed his own son Jay, a quarterback from Monarch High School, however he is not expected to compete for a starting position.The main bright spot in 2013 was arguably the play of senior wideout Paul Richardson, who was named to the Pac-12...
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