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Buffaloes release game week depth chart

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  1. RSSBot

    RSSBot News Junkie

    Jul 8, 2005
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    By Jon Woods

    Tyler Henington's injury overshadows the news of the depth chart for CSU. Mike MacIntyre has released his*week one depth chart as the Buffaloes prepare to take on the Colorado St. Rams and kickoff the 2014 season. The biggest news to come out of the release was of the bad variety, with the update that Tyler Henington would miss the season.Bryce Bobo joins Nelson Spruce and D.D. Goodson as...

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  2. BuffClass90

    BuffClass90 Banned BANNED

    Apr 9, 2012
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    A few things jump out:

    * Adkins is starting. This isn't a big surprise to me as I think he is the best overall back, but some expected Powell.
    * Callahan is not starting. Not a big surprise to me either as he is a transfer. I suspect he'll see lots of snaps though being the 1st off the bench.
    * I'm a little surprised by Crawley...I thought Witherspoon might win that spot and I haven't been real impressed with KC in the past.
    * ??? Does someone know how you run 2 ILBs in a 4-3 set?
    * My fave D player, Awuzie, is starting nickel...not a surprise, I just like the guy's competitive fire.
    * A little surprised Tyler is 2nd off the bench...I have been very unimpressed with him.
    * Our DBs are pretty dang deep...and with Mac coaching the CBs, I expect some good things out of them this year.
    * We have a captain, Smith, not starting.
  3. Eggon

    Eggon Club Member Club Member

    Aug 21, 2011
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    Physically Tyler and Crawley are substantially upgraded. It's pretty apparent. Play wise coaches made the call..... I am anxious to see how it comes together for both of them.

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