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Through the first five games of 2022, the Buffs had the worse defense in the CFB. Defensive coordinator Chris Wilson was let go alongside Karl Dorrell and the keys to the defense were handed over to interim defensive coordinator Gerald Chatman. Chatman had his work cut out for him over the bye week to make the defense serviceable and he…...

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The September 2nd season opener can be a monumental turning point for both Colorado and TCU. Both programs enter the 2022 season looking to prove that the past is the past, and that they are back on the road to glory. In order for that to happen though, these teams will need perform much better than they have in recent...

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FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Good luck. With Warren Jackson deciding to return for his senior season, my only advice to defensive backs around the Mountain West is you better eat your Wheaties when the Rams come to town. The 6-foot-6, 215-pound, wide receiver out of Mission Hills, California has already proven that he’s a force to be reckoned with on...

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Welcome into our film breakdown series with former CU star and Denver Bronco Matt McChesney. Each week, Matt will be picking six plays from the most recent game that impacted the game and giving you a real-life film-room experience as he breaks down the play.  (Warning: This film-room experience is so real that some of these videos contain adult language)...

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1. Will Barton had a couple of finishes at the rim that provided some hope that he was back to trusting himself to absorb contact and contort is body without overthinking it. When healthy, Barton is a crafty finisher at the rim. He’s great at using his off hand and hanging in the air long enough to twist and turn mid-air to work around the defense. Last season, he lost that skill and found himself deterred from even getting to the basket. Only 21% of his shots came at the rim in 2018-19, the lowest of his career by a wide margin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-8uP8Wlrus&feature=youtu.be 2. Jarred Vanderbilt has some funky footwork on the defensive end that limits the impact of his…

In a previous Rockies Film Room, we discussed the plate adjustments Trevor Story made to earn his first All Star Game berth in July. In that piece, we mentioned briefly about the steps he’s taken with his defense as well. But in recent weeks, his long and often pivotal home runs have been crowded with highlight-reel glovework, coming with a...

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It was impossible not to notice DeVaughn Akoon-Purcell, dreadlocks flowing off his powerful 6-foot-5 frame, as he raced downcourt at Summer League. The undrafted 25-year-old who played last season in Denmark entered the Las Vegas showcase as a relatively unknown commodity. Nuggets executives spoke highly of the 6-foot-5 wing in the lead-up to Summer League but he was still a...

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It’s been just over two years since Isaiah Thomas warned general managers and owners around the league that they “better bring out the Brinks truck” if they wanted to secure his services once he hit the free agent market. It was a bold proclamation at the time from the ever-confident Thomas, but one that came with merit. Thomas was coming off a breakout season in Boston — his first full year with the Celtics — where he averaged 22.9 points per game. After failing to find a consistent role or the organizational trust that any player craves in either of his first two stops in Sacramento and Phoenix, Thomas was the star player and starting point guard for the Celtics.…

It’s a simple, if not overplayed, Hollywood trope. It may be a couple years overdue, but Trevor Story is an All-Star. A story of promise, then adversity and, finally, vindication. For Story, his plotline went from rookie sensation and snubbing to sophomore bust and now he is on his way to Washington, D.C. as one of three Rockies representing the...

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In the lead-up to the NBA Draft on June 21, BSN Denver is taking an in-depth look at prospects the Nuggets might target in the first round. Each draft profile will be accompanied by a podcast available on BSNDenver.com and wherever you normally download your podcasts from. To submit questions for the podcast, reply in the comments section at the...

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