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colorado's steven montez believes he's the "best, baddest dude on the field"


boulder — is the rise for real? or was colorado football a one-hit wonder? it’s all on the shoulders of quarterback steven montez now. but think he’s worried? think again.“i feel like quarterback is one of those rare positions in football where you have to think you are the best, baddest dude on the field at all times. that’s how i look at the game and that’s how i play the game,” montez told me. “you almost have to venture into cocky to go out there and perform extremely well as a quarterback.”the best reason to believe the buffaloes won’t fall out of the national rankings and back to earth could be found friday, standing on the cu practice field. if all success in college football begins with a big-time quarterback, then montez (6-foot-5 and 225 pounds) certainly looks the part. after wi






minnesota scene: gophers wrestlers fall to no. 4 ohio state in big ten finale


the 12th-ranked gophers and no. 4 ohio state each won five bouts in their wrestling dual sunday, but bonus points in four of the buckeyes’ victories — to two gophers wins with bonus points — gave them a 24-20 victory in the big ten finale for both teams at the sports pavilion.jake short gave the gophers a 17-14 lead with a pin at 157 pounds, and nick wanzek followed with a victory at 165 that made it 20-14 with two matches left. but the buckeyes won the last two bouts, on a pin by top-ranked 174-pounder bo jordan over chris pfarr that tied the dual, and myles martin’s 18-6 major decision over bobby stevenson at 184.the gophers’ brett pfarr, ranked no. 2, won his match and finished 9-0 in big ten duals at 197 for the second year in a row, and eighth-ranked gophers heavyweight michael kroell






pac-12 quarterback rankings for 2017


time once again for the hotline’s biannual rankings of the pac-12’s quarterback comfort quotient (qbcq), which isn’t actually a quotient — i’m not dividing anything — but that title sure has a nice flow.as in the past, the qbcq rankings are based on a wholly subjective, case-by-case assessment of the combination of 1) proven ability of the projected starter and 2) the options available if said starter is injured or yanked for poor performance.a strong case could be made that you’re better off with a b-level starter and c-level reserve than with an a-caliber starter rookie backups.last season was the best example of the need for a capable reserve(s) that we’ve seen in the conference in years. only four teams weren’t forced to use the no. 2 (or no. 3) quarterback.a summary of what’s below:*






colorado buffaloes 2017 recruiting cl full of players coveted by big programs


boulder — mike macintyre told the prized offensive tackle to wait.as jake moretti, the coveted 6-foot-4, 270-pound prospect from pomona, began to think twice about his verbal commitment to national power ohio state, the rising program in his backyard began to look more and more appealing.so moretti called macintyre, colorado’s coach, back in november to say he was considering staying home.macintyre was thrilled to hear from the player he and his staff had recruited hard before the lineman pledged to join the buckeyes. but when macintyre gathered moretti and his parents in his office overlooking folsom field and the flatirons beyond, the coach preached patience.“i told him, ‘i don’t want this to be some knee- reaction,'” macintyre said. “i don’t want it to be an emotional decision. i want y