Throughout most of JR Payne’s tenure as head coach of the women’s basketball team at Colorado, there has been one main player running the offense. In Payne’s first three years, it was Kennedy Leonard at point guard.
Like the rest of his teammates on Saturday, tight end Brady Russell wasn’t in a great mood when he left Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif. By Tuesday, he was smiling and ready to help the Colorado Buffaloes take on their next challenge.
OFFENSE: B.J. Baylor, RS Jr., RB, Oregon State (Wharton, TX) Second time that Baylor has won this award this season, having won it in Week Four. Ran for his fourth consecutive 100-yard game when he totaled 152 yards and one touchdown in the 42-34 win over Utah.
Colorado head coach Karl Dorrell had hoped the bye week earlier this month would give the coaching staff time to fix the woes on offense. That didn’t work, however, and following yet another abysmal performance on Saturday, he made a change, officially announcing Monday that offensive line coach Mitch Rodrigue has been fired.
A former All-American from Alabama and a grad assistant will coach the Colorado offensive line for the remainder of the season. On Monday, CU announced that quality control coach William Vlachos and graduate assistant Donovan Williams will coach the offensive line, replacing line coach Mitch Rodrigue, who has been fired.
Photo by Bob Kupbens/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Maybe that will spark a change? The Colorado Buffaloes have decided that a change is needed after another lackluster offensive performance have left them sitting at 2-5.
The University of Colorado volleyball team (12-7, 3-7 Pac-12) lost to Arizona State in 3-1 match (25-23, 30-32, 25-16, 25-21) at CU Events Center on Sunday afternoon to close its first half of conference play.
BERKELEY, Calif. — In the first half Saturday, California quarterback Chase Garbers had his way with the Colorado defense. If there was a bright spot for the Buffaloes in the 26-3 loss at California Memorial Stadium, it was that they made some adjustments at halftime and stopped the bleeding a bit.
The Colorado men’s basketball team is shaping up to be a deep squad. And given the bulk of the roster is lean on experience, head coach Tad Boyle wants to get all 11 healthy scholarship players ready to go.
BERKELEY, Calif. – So much for a rout of Arizona changing the momentum for the Colorado Buffaloes. A week after rolling past the winless Wildcats in Boulder, the Buffs were on the receiving end of another blowout loss Saturday.
Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Despite a shutout win over Arizona at home this past weekend, the Colorado Buffaloes Football team will face a new battle against a struggling Cal team in Berkley on Saturday.