BOULDER — Mustafa Johnson works out at the CU athletic facilities every morning at 9 a.m. with his group of 10-15 teammates. 

When he arrives at the facilities, his temperature is taken and he’s asked if he has any symptoms that could be related to COVID-19. When he’s cleared, he’s allowed to enter the building. A strength coach is waiting for him and his teammates with a workout plan of calisthenics and lifts.

The entire CU roster is broken into these small groups and each group has its own window of time to use the facilities. While the groups stay the same, the strength coaches rotate the groups that they work with every day.

In the afternoons, small groups of players link up to practice sections of the playbook.

“I really haven’t skipped a beat,” Johnson, a senior defensive lineman, told reporters Wednesday. “I’ve been running, doing all my training even with all of this COVID going on.”

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Henry was born in Columbia Falls, Montana and graduated from Columbia Falls High School in 2015. He earned bachelor's degrees in journalism and economics from the University of Montana in 2019. Henry joined BSN Denver as a remote staff writer in 2017, providing support to BSN's Broncos beat reporters. He interned at BSN headquarters in the summer of 2018 and accepted a full-time position after graduating from UM.

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