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Last Saturday’s win will live in the memories of every CU fan, coach and player for the foreseeable future. Interim head coach Mike Sanford’s energy has got the Buffs on a wave of momentum but a trip to Oregon State is on the schedule this weekend and could prove to be difficult for the Buffs in more ways than one.…...

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Brendon Lewis suited up as a Colorado Buffalo for the final time on Saturday. After sliding down to third on the quarterback depth chart, Lewis made the decision to enter the transfer portal on Tuesday. In a statement Lewis posted to Twitter, the former Buffs’ quarterback said, “Over the various changes I’ve encountered throughout my three years at CU, I’ve...

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Be careful what you wish for. After a season opener in which Brendon Lewis played most of the game, Colorado fans and cognoscenti were wondering why J.T. Shrout did not play more. Shrout started and played every offensive snap in Saturday’s game against Air Force, a game that became a comedy of errors. The weather may have played a factor...

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Author note: Hello Buffs Fans, welcome back to DNVR Buffs. Some of you may be familiar with me from the DNVR Draft Podcast or the occasional Film Room on DNVR Broncos or Buffs. For those that aren’t, my name is Jake Schwanitz and I am the newest member of the DNVR family and will be your Buffs beat reporter for the 2022-2023 season. I have an obsession and passion for sports, most notably football. I’m looking forward to the privilege of covering your Buffs in football and basketball this year and hope to bring you the level of coverage you are used to seeing from DNVR Buffs. Make sure to follow us @DNVR_Buffs and my personal account @JakeSchwanitz to stay…

BOULDER — Dimitri Stanley will be a major piece of Colorado's offense.

As a redshirt freshman in 2019, Stanley started nine games at wide receiver for the Buffaloes, catching 24 passes for 236 yards and a pair of touchdowns. On top of that, Stanley learned a few lessons.

"I just learned how much faster the game is — like what pace I have to play and the standard I have to hold myself to, being able to be accountable and have my teammates relying on me to make big plays," Stanley told reporters Thursday.

Then he paused.

"Well, that and also just having fun out there, man. It's just fun to be in front of all those fans and feeling that energy from the crowd and being with my brothers who I get to be with every day and finally getting to play and getting to knock some dudes around. It's just playing a game still."

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The Early Signing Period is here.

From Wednesday morning through Friday night, high school seniors across the country will sign their National Letters of Intent, which will bind them to the colleges they've committed too.

The Colorado Buffaloes' coaching staff will have a chance to breathe a sigh of relief after finally closing on most of its 2020 class, although there are a few exceptions. While most signees choose to lock in their scholarships during this three-day window, some choose to continue their recruitment through National Signing Day on Feb. 5.

That's the next time recruits can put pen to paper and make their new homes official.

Here's who you should know about as the 2020 Colorado Buffaloes recruiting class officially fills out:

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