The University of Colorado Buffaloes haven’t had much they could count on in recent years, but they knew when Paul Richardson was healthy they had one of the best receivers in college football.
As the Colorado Buffaloes prepare for the season opener against CSU, let’s take a look at five players who are primed to make a name for themselves this season.
It’s about two weeks away from the Rocky Mountain Showdown. The University of Colorado Buffaloes own the bragging rights after winning the game last year. The Rams ended up with a better season, winning a bowl game.
The CSU Rams are preparing to face off against the CU Buffaloes in their first game of the season later this month. Check out the Top 9 Rams players to watch in that big game.
Two former CSU Rams, Shaquil Barrett and Kapri Bibbs, are just hoping to land a spot on the Broncos roster. Both are undrafted free agents and somehow have to get noticed and make something happen in a short period of time.
If Kapri Bibbs is going to make the Denver Broncos final roster at the end of training camp this summer he’s likely going to have to beat out some stiff competition.
The Denver Broncos have signed college free agents Kapri Bibbs and Shaquil Barrett from Colorado State University.
A young football fan with a brain tumor who has been named an honorary player with the CSU Rams now has his own trading card.
Colorado State says quarterback Garrett Grayson has undergone surgery after injuring his left clavicle while moving a couch.
J.J. Avila scored a career-high 33 points with four assists and eight rebounds as Colorado State took an early lead and held it to defeat Lamar 86-71 on Saturday.