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Q&A: Colorado OC Eric Bieniemy

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  1. RSSBot

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    By Ted Miller

    [​IMG]Colorado opens preseason camp Monday, officially beginning its second year in the Pac-12 and second season under coach Jon Embree. It's obviously hoping for better results after going 3-10 overall and 2-7 in conference play in 2011.Yet the Buffaloes have plenty of holes to fill, particularly on offense. The Buffs ranked last in the conference in scoring in 2011 -- 19.8 points per game -- and they need to replace their quarterback and leading rusher, as well as injured receiver Paul Richardson.

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    Josh Ford was conspicuously absent in the listing of running backs. Wuzzup??
     
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    Probably blocking issues again
     
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    He seems explosive...is he up for punt or kick returner???
     
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    wrinkles to the offense? Wonder what those will be.....

    Hurry up offense perhaps?
     
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    Could be, but I'd be surprised. Seems like they want more a time-grinding offense to keep the explosive PACXII offenses off the field...IMO...
     

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