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2022 Transfer Portal

Buffalo Brad

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I have no idea what you're trying to say here
Pretty simple but will make it simpler for you. He would be a starter on this team next year. He is not a P5 Olineman, but he would have been one of the better ones left. And they will lose all of their games. Thus a starter on a team that will lose them all
 

The Alabaster Yak

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Pretty simple but will make it simpler for you. He would be a starter on this team next year. He is not a P5 Olineman, but he would have been one of the better ones left. And they will lose all of their games. Thus a starter on a team that will lose them all
I don't know why you assume he would have been a starter next year, when he has never really been that in his career. He isn't moving on because he has better options. He wasn't in their plans for 2022. I think he could have been a good depth piece, but I am under the assumption they will be adding at least another couple OL and they need the scholarships.
 
Do you think there is any chance now that it is being shown that we are at least trying to upgrade our OL that Broussard may come back to CU?
 

bigbang2

blindslighted
Alex is a capable running back. Venn is your speed guy, Stacks is your FB/short yardage back. Deion Smith flashed last season. CU will be fine without Jarek. But we will most likely add one more back for depth. Don't need Jarek to come back. But if he wants to come back, the door is open.
 

Buffalo Brad

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I don't know why you assume he would have been a starter next year, when he has never really been that in his career. He isn't moving on because he has better options. He wasn't in their plans for 2022. I think he could have been a good depth piece, but I am under the assumption they will be adding at least another couple OL and they need the scholarships.
Assuming he would is as valid as saying he wouldn’t. We will never know. We will see about the pieces added. There are plenty of cast offs or kids unhappy with their current t situation. We rarely are picking up talent in the portal that is better than what is leaving. Talent level is declining not getting better. I will take the under next year
 

Buffnik

Real name isn't Nik
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I would love to have him back, he had such a great season back in 2020.
His YPA was over a yard more than Fontenot. It's a big hole to fill & we're going to have to hope a freshman breaks out. One of the biggest position battles to watch in spring & fall. If it's Fontenot who wins out, that means we'll get veteran play but very little big play potential.
 

The Alabaster Yak

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Assuming he would is as valid as saying he wouldn’t. We will never know. We will see about the pieces added. There are plenty of cast offs or kids unhappy with their current t situation. We rarely are picking up talent in the portal that is better than what is leaving. Talent level is declining not getting better. I will take the under next year
He wasn’t in their plans, so no, assuming he would start is not as valid as saying he wouldn’t.
 

patebuff

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Assuming he would is as valid as saying he wouldn’t. We will never know. We will see about the pieces added. There are plenty of cast offs or kids unhappy with their current t situation. We rarely are picking up talent in the portal that is better than what is leaving. Talent level is declining not getting better. I will take the under next year
There are some bad losses this offseason. This was not one of them.

He was in the program for almost 5 years. He is what he is. Nothing more than a depth piece. If CU can't improve upon him then they are in a world of trouble. You don't rely on 5th or 6th year seniors as depth pieces.
 
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