http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/sefo-liufau-1/gamelog/2013/ Very respectable numbers for a true freshman, especially one who was expected to redshirt last season. In comparison look at Wood's game logs: http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/connor-wood-1/gamelog/2013/ While Wood was able to pad his stats vs. cupcakes like CSU and Central Arkansas he still had a lower completion percentage than Sefo and a worse TD:INT ratio. Sefo held his own against some very good teams and definitely didn't seem to be the reason for us losing. He was consistent if unspectacular for CU last season... and it looks like he's got a lot to build on. Also of note is that last season Sefo was listed at 215 lbs. This spring he was listed at 225. Last season Sefo looked a little bit skinny: This Spring, I think he looks a little more filled out. Ten lbs of good weight would be really great for Sefo, but at his height he could possibly add even more. At 6'4'' 225 he'd be as big as or bigger than any other returning QB in the conference except for Wilson out of Utah. One thing that we all like about Sefo is how passionate he is about the program and how dedicated he is to being the best that he can be. This weight gain would be evidence that this belief is justified. So, what can we expect out of Sefo this year? He's seemingly taken steps to improve himself physically, he's coming into a second season in the same offense and he's expected to have a better offensive line than the one he had last season. Surely the loss of Richardson will hurt, but he should still be in a better situation than he was last season. I wouldn't be all that surprised to see him end up on the top of CU's record books among passers. Granted, he'd only have to beat out the likes of Cody Hawkins and Joel Klatt, but the sky looks like the limit for him. What would you expect out of Liufau this season? I'm expecting over 2,500 yards, 20 TD's and a completion percentage over 60.