Freshman Isaac Miller is accustomed to working hard and managing his time. He's doing both at CU.
Coach Mike MacIntyre's goal of a stronger 2015 Colorado football team appears to be taking shape.
The Buffs' defense is noticeably more intense this spring under new defensive coordinator Jim Leavitt.
CU's offense was pretty good in 2014, but that doesn't mean it gets any less attention in spring practice.
Focus is on terminology as team points to Wednesday's first major scrimmage of spring practice.
Heavy snow moves Buffs inside their practice bubble on Saturday for third time in four spring practices.
Recruiting and signing Dillon Middlemiss might have been the easiest assignment ever for the CU staff.
After two sessions in the practice bubble and more likely indoors, Mike MacIntyre wanted his team outside.
With assistants to tutor the corners and safeties, coach Mike MacIntyre can take a hands-off approach.
CU opened spring practice Monday morning inside its practice bubble with a 120-minute non-contact workout.
Mike MacIntyre begins his third spring as CU's football coach with the first of 15 practices starting Monday.
In football, linebacker coaches are usually seen and heard – and Jim Leavitt was both with the 49ers.