BOULDER – Last season, the Colorado Buffaloes secondary was a key piece of their most successful team in over a decade. After losing three starters during the offseason, the Buffs could have stumbled in their efforts to rebuild. Instead, they restocked with the talent waiting in the wings. Senior Ryan Moeller, who plays in the Buffs hybrid nickel back and…...
Colorado Buffaloes defensive standout Ryan Moeller. Moeller, a first team Pac-12 member on special teams in 2016, is from Eagle, Colorado and was once of the state's best running backs.
It's hard to say what exact position Ryan Moeller played in 2016, but it doesn't take long to figure out that he was an absolute essential piece on one of the best defenses in the history of Colorado Football.
Last year was the first glimpse of a Colorado team that won't settle for four win seasons, or a middle-of-the-pack ranking. For the Buffs in 2017, it's Pac-12 Champions or bust.
Trying to relive The Rise of the Colorado Buffaloes? Look no further! We've compiled a list our most popular content from the truly unique and special 2016 season.
No matter how the season ended, the regular season would not be tarnished. But it really wasn't supposed to end like this.
BOULDER – Colorado Buffaloes starting quarterback Sefo Liufau and defensive back Ryan Moeller addressed the media following practice on Tuesday. Liufau discussed the team’s focus towards Washington State and how excited they are to be in Folsom and play Colorado Football. He mentioned his opinion on the defense’s ability to stop the Cougars and how no matter what the…...