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A conditioning virus

Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by DBT, Nov 5, 2007.

  1. DBT

    DBT Club Member Club Member

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    Denver Post:

    Freshman wideout Josh Smith struggled through conditioning work Sunday. Asked if Smith had a virus, Dan Hawkins said, "Maybe a conditioning virus." Smith served as the player host during the weekend for the nation's top-rated high school senior running back, Darrell Scott of Ventura, Calif., who happens to be Smith's nephew. Scott did not commit to the Buffs but told reporters that CU had an advantage because of his uncle.
     
  2. SJBuff

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    Fooking love this:

    From the camera..."Hawkins put his team through a brutal conditioning session Sunday night involving wind sprints and up-downs. At one point he came to an end line where reporters had gathered and told a reporter he expected 90 up-downs from him because of a mistake he found in his copy in the Saturday newspaper."

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    "Several players missed Sunday's conditioning work because of Sunday evening class conflicts. Hawkins said he will find a way for those players such as tailback Hugh Charles and tight end Joe Sanders to pay the same price as their teammates. "You can't let them get out of the frivolity. Jeez, that's the best part," he said."
     

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