Kevin Gemmell Colorado fans can breathe easy, for now. After seeing five different starting quarterbacks over the last two seasons and six in the last three, it appears that sophomore Sefo Liufau is in good shape to keep his job -- at least through the first half of the spring session.Not that there was a ton of concern for Liufau, who started the final seven games last season. And it doesn’t mean a whole lot in March. But for a program that has seen tumultuous turnover at the position of late, a little stability isn’t a bad thing. Originally posted by ESPN.com - Pac-12 Blog Click here to view the article.