Stephane Nembot's message: "Anything is possible"

Home for former University of Colorado offensive tackle Stephane Nembot, an NFL prospect, is more than 7,000 miles away in Douala, Cameroon. The comforts and familiarity of his birthplace didn't prevent Nembot leaving for America in December 2008 to seek more for himself, his family and an entire country when he finally is done achieving his goals.

Colorado’s Stephane Nembot nearly quit football

  The anchor of the Colorado Buffaloes offensive line almost gave up on football as an underclassman. “There was a time I thought about quitting,” admitted, senior right guard, Stephane Nembot to BSN Denver. “If it wasn’t for my dad telling me, ‘we don’t quit,’ I would have been gone a long time ago.” “He always told me, ‘we don’t quit, we are indomitable lions...
Via BSN Denver
August 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Around the Herd 8/3/2015: Hot seat?

  Hot seat watch? This morning I came across an article on Grantland titled “Hot seat watch”, I gave it a click because Grantland usually does really good stuff and Mike MacIntyre’s name has come up on these things before. After scrolling through the early names on the list, which was organized on a scale of 1-10, and not seeing Mac in the lower numbers, I figured he wasn’t...
Via BSN Denver
August 03, 2015  |  Discuss

CU Buffs Pac-12 Media Day recap

  Here’s all you need to know from the Buffs appearance at Pac-12 Media Day on Thursday. #GoBuffs Stephane Nembot, Mike MacIntyre and Kenneth Olugbode prepare for their Pac-12 Media Days adventures #pac12fb — Neill Woelk (@NeillWoelk) July 30, 2015 Nembot showed off his finesse. Bank shot putting? That's how @nembotsrephane does it. #GoBuffs ...
Via BSN Denver
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Big-hearted Cameroonian OL paves way for Colorado

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) The colossal Cameroonian right tackle for the Colorado Buffaloes is a raw talent with a big heart. Stephane Nembot left his family and came to America as a teenager to play high school basketball, only to switch to football because he kept making people bleed whenever he pulled down a rebound. Really, though, the 6-foot-7, 295-pound Nembot is a peaceful pass...
Via Associated Press
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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