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Colorado Buffaloes

bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#1
Colorado Buffaloes


All time record: 747-554-36
Conference titles: 7 (1961, 1976, 1989, 1990, 1991, 2001, 2022)
National titles: 2 (1990, 2022)
 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#2
2020-21 Football Season



2020-21 Football Schedule
(11-2, 7-1)

[xtable=skin1|654x@]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}8/29/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}W 52-46{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/5/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#5{/td}
{td}Ohio Stadium (Columbus, OH){/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}L 31-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/12/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}D.W.R. Razorback Stadium (Fayetteville, AR){/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}L 22-38{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/26/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Darrell K. Royal Stadium (Austin, TX){/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}W 55-16{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/10/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#22{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}W 45-31{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/17/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#24{/td}
{td}W 49-44{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/24/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Faurot Field (Columbia, MO){/td}
{td}#17{/td}
{td}W 71-7{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/31/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#17{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#15{/td}
{td}W 64-20{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/7/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#11{/td}
{td}W 70-16{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/14/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#22{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#8{/td}
{td}W 69-31{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
[xtable=skin1|654x270]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}11/21/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#6{/td}
{td}Bill Snyder Family Stadium (Manhattan, KS){/td}
{td}#8{/td}
{td}W 55-38{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/28/2020{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#5{/td}
{td}W 70-17{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1/3/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#15 {/td}
{td} AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX){/td}
{td}#5{/td}
{td}W 52-42{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#5
It was a successful return to college football for Orin Incandenza in his first season at his alma mater, as the Buffaloes won 11 games for the second time in school history and finished #4 in the country. Incandenza has been out of college football for four years after winning two straight titles at Texas A&M but quickly shook off the rust, with Colorado winning 10 straight games following a 1-2 start. The Buffs finished first in the country in total offense, scoring offense, and passing offense with first year starter Skyler Jackson taking home the Davey O'Brien award after throwing for 5,265 yards and 49 touchdowns. Jackson was surrounded by a talented skill corps, with Heisman finalist running back Leslie Houston rushing for 1,708 yards and a school record 26 touchdowns, Mackey Award winning tight end Derrick Reynolds hauling in 74 receptions for 1037 yards and a school record 13 touchdowns, and receivers Cornell Gore and Josh Anderson combining for nearly 2,500 yards and Gore catching a school record 13 touchdown passes. On the other side of the ball, Colorado struggled, but performed well in the most important section of the field, finishing 32nd in red zone defense. The front seven was also effective at slowing down opposing rushers, finishing 6th in rushing defense. The Buffs will have high hopes for 2021 as they return numerous starters on both sides of the ball and bring in players from a top 15 recruiting class.​
 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#6

2020-21 SEASON RESULTS

Record
11-2 (7-1)
(2nd in Big 12 North)

Cotton Bowl
#5 Colorado 48
#15 LSU 38

Final Ranking
#4 Coaches
#4 Media




2020-21 AWARD WINNERS

Skyler Jackson
Davey O'Brien Award

Derrick Reynolds
Mackey Award



2020-21 ALL-AMERICANS

1st Team

QB - Skyler Jackson
TE - Derrick Reynolds
DT - Kevin Prater

2nd Team

RB - Leslie Houston
WR - Cornell Gore
MLB - J.T. Burgess
OLB - Casey Adams

Freshman

RB - Shawn Moss



2020-21 ALL-BIG 12

1st Team

QB - Skyler Jackson
RB - Leslie Houston
WR - Cornell Gore
WR - Josh Anderson
TE - Derrick Reynolds
DT - Kevin Prater
MLB - J.T. Burgess
OLB - Casey Adams

2nd Team


None


2020-21 TEAM STATISTICS

Team Stats

OFFENSE

Total Offense
619.4
(#1)
Passing Offense
414.3
(#1)
Rushing Offense
205.1
(#21)
Scoring Offense
54.2
(#1)
Passing Touchdowns
50
(#1)
Rushing Touchdowns
45
(#1)
First Downs
352
(#1)
3rd Down Conversion Rate
65%
(92/140)
(#5)
4th Down Conversion Rate
80%
(21/26)
(#1)
Red Zone Offense
95%
(76/80; 68 TD, 8 FG)
(#1)

DEFENSE

Total Defense
395.8
(#103)
Passing Defense
267.4
(#123)
Rushing Defense
128.4
(#6)
Scoring Defense
29.8
(#108)
Red Zone Defense
76%
(45/59; 36 TD, 9 FG)
(#32)

TURNOVERS

Turnover Differential
+0
(#62)
Giveaways
15
(12 INTs, 3 Fumbles)
(#60)
Takeaways
15
(4 INTs, 11 Fumbles)
(#56)

TEMPO


Total Plays Per Game
74.3
Passing Plays Per Game
40.2
(54% of plays/67% of yards)
Rushing Plays Per Game
34.1
(46% of plays/33% of yards)



2020-21 Individual Statistics

PASSING
Skyler Jackson - 403/515 (78%*) for 5265 yards*, 49 TD*, 12 INT; 190.9 QBR
Brad Hayden - 7/8 (88%) for 121 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT; 255.8 QBR
RUSHING
Leslie Houston - 259 for 1708 yards (6.6 YPC), 26 TD*; Long of 48
Shawn Moss - 124 for 991 (7.9 YPC), 17 TD; Long of 46
Alex Reid - 16 for 54 (3.4 YPC), 1 TD; Long of 15


RECEIVING
Cornell Gore - 94 for 1329 (14.1 AVG), 13 TD*; Long of 69
Josh Anderson - 69 for 1117 (16.2 AVG), 8 TD; Long of 63
Derrick Reynolds - 74 for 1037 (14.0 AVG), 13 TD*; Long of 56
Lamar Thomas - 58 for 678 (11.7 AVG), 8 TD; Long of 40
Kevin Montgomery - 30 for 452 (15.1 AVG), 4 TD; Long of 66
Leslie Houston - 54 for 434 (8.0 AVG), 3 TD; Long of 29
Chase Underwood - 14 for 163 (11.6 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 29
Shawn Moss - 9 for 76 (8.4 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 24
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
J.T. Burgess - 85 Tackles
Mitch McKenzie - 16 TFL
Kevin Prater - 5 Sacks
Michael Suggs, Eric Stone, Juan Abrams, Mark Brown - 6 INT
J.T. Burgess - 8 Pass Deflections
J.T. Burgess - 3 Forced Fumbles
Kevin Prater - 3 Fumble Recoveries

KICKING
Matt Lamb - 15/15 FG (6/6 from 17-29, 2/2 from 30-39, 5/5 from 40-49, 2/2 from 50+); Long of 52
PUNTING
Matt Lamb - 3 for 141 (47.0 AVG), net of 113 (37.7 Net AVG); Long of 50
KICK RETURN
Joe Williamson - 8 for 135 (16.9 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 21
PUNT RETURN
Joe Williamson - 23 for 171 (7.4 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 14


2020-21 GRADUATING SENIORS
Juan Abrams (#38), CB; Cranston, RI
Mark Brown (#47), SS; Kingwood, TX
J.T. Burgess (#50), MLB; Dillon, MT
Leslie Houston (#22), RB; Denver, CO
Derrick Reynolds (#15), TE; San Obispo, CA

2020-21 RECRUITING CLASS
James Bradley, ATH; Greeley, CO (79 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
Marcus Gates, ATH; Auburn, ME (79 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
Aaron Parker, MLB; Sheridan, CO (78 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
Kellen Ramsey, RB; Broomfield, CO (78 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Thomas Darby, ATH; Laurel, DE (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Brian Hall, SS; Stratmoor, CO (76 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Marcus Mobley, OLB; Woodinville, WA (76 OVR, :star::star::star:)
A.J. Gaines, DE; Merced, CA (74 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
C.J. McGill, WR; Loveland, CO (72 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Aaron Bullock, WR; Kennewick, WA (71 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Jared Sullivan, QB; Roselle, NJ (69 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Justin Spence, TE; Placentia, CA (68 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Billy Patrick, OT; National City, CA (66 OVR, :star::star::star:)​

 

bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#9
2021-22 Football Season



2021-22 Football Schedule
(5-1, 2-1)

[xtable=skin1|654x@]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}8/28/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Mile High Stadium (Denver, CO){/td}
{td}#16{/td}
{td}W 70-9{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/11/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#21{/td}
{td}AT&T Stadium (Arlington, TX){/td}
{td}#15{/td}
{td}W 59-45{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/18/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#7{/td}
{td}W 28-7{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/2/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#3{/td}
{td}W 30-28{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/9/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 65-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/16/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#9{/td}
{td}Jones AT&T Stadium (Lubbock, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}L 22-49{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/23/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#6{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/30/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, KS){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/6/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/13/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Memorial Stadium (Lincoln, NE){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
[xtable=skin1|654x270]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}11/20/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#25{/td}
{td}Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/27/2021{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Stanford Stadium (Stanford, CA){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{td} {/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#12
70-9? You really taking out ur crawl space feelings in that digital reality of urs :laughing:
Lol that was with me taking mercy too. It was like 56-0 at half. CSU is really, really bad right now in this sim.

Also, why did OU move thur stadium to Kansas?
Norman is too close to NORMA and I know that triggers @Yankee151 so I had to avoid it
 

bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#13
2022-23 Football Season



2022-23 Football Schedule
(14-0, 9-0)

[xtable=skin1|654x@]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}8/27/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Mile High Stadium (Denver, CO){/td}
{td}#19{/td}
{td}W 70-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/10/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium{/td}
{td}#18{/td}
{td}W 55-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}9/24/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#4{/td}
{td}Spartan Stadium (East Lansing, MI){/td}
{td}#8{/td}
{td}W 56-13{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/1/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#7{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#4{/td}
{td}W 44-42{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/8/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Kyle Field (College Station, TX){/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}W 77-6{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/10/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 69-27{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/22/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#16{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 65-35{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}10/29/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Memorial Stadium (Lawrence, KS){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 70-26{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/5/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#15{/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 59-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/12/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 66-35{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
[xtable=skin1|654x270]
{tbody}
{tr}
{td}11/19/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Gaylord Family Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 69-38{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}11/26/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td} {/td}
{td}Folsom Field (Boulder, CO){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 70-24{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}12/10/2022{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#12{/td}
{td}Reliant Stadium (Houston, TX){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 70-45{/td}
{/tr}
{tr}
{td}1/6/2023{/td}
{td}
{/td}
{td}#2{/td}
{td}University of Phoenix Stadium (Glendale, AZ){/td}
{td}#1{/td}
{td}W 66-36{/td}
{/tr}
{/tbody}
[/xtable]
 
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bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#15
The Buffaloes entered the 2022 season with fairly high expectations and ended up shattering them, posting a school record 14 wins en route to an unbeaten season, a Big 12 championship, and a national title. Colorado was fueled by the greatest offense in college football history, as the unit shattered NCAA marks in total offense, yards per game, scoring offense, and points per game, and became the first offense to have a 5,000 yard quarterback, two 1,000 yard rushers, and two 1,000 yard receivers. Freshman quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Gates became the first player to amass 5,000 yards passing and 1,000 yards rushing, and was aided by a strong supporting cast, including running back Shawn Moss, who rushed for over 1,800 yards, and a strong receiving corps, led by 1,000 yard receivers Casey Rutledge and Kevin Montgomery. On the other side of the ball, a thin secondary was beleaguered all season, but the front seven, which contained Bednarik Award Casey Abrams and three other All-Americans, helped create a dominant run defense, a top ten red zone unit, and an aggressive attitude, enabling them to force 33 turnovers, good for third in the country. In the end, it was a unit that only needed to not be historically porous, thanks to an offense whose season low game output was 44 points. Following the season, Coach Orin Incandenza, who previously won back to back titles with Texas A&M, announced his retirement, stating that he had achieved his goal of bringing another title to his alma mater. The 2022 Colorado Buffaloes, who finished the season with six wins over top 25 teams, and three over top 10 teams, and 14 All-Americans, will undoubtably go down as one of the greatest teams in NCAA history.​
 

bruin228

Well-Known Member
NCAA Moderator
#16

2022-23 SEASON RESULTS

Record
14-0 (9-0)
(Big 12 and National Champions)

BCS National Championship
#1 Colorado 66
#2 Mississippi State 36

Final Ranking
#1 Coaches
#1 Media




2022-23 AWARD WINNERS

Marcus Gates
Heisman Trophy
Maxwell Award
Davey O'Brien Award

Casey Abrams
Bednarik Award
Butkus Award




2022-23 ALL-AMERICANS

1st Team

QB - Marcus Gates
DE - Tim Sims
DT - Matt Price
OLB - Casey Abrams

2nd Team

RB - Shawn Moss
WR - Casey Rutledge
WR - Kevin Montgomery
OG - David May

K - Jason Mitchell
P - Matt Lamb

Freshman

WR - John Payne
C - Larry Moore
DE - A.J. Gaines
CB - Matt Jordan



2022-23 ALL-BIG 12

1st Team

QB - Marcus Gates
RB - Shawn Moss
WR - Casey Rutledge
WR - Kevin Montgomery
TE - Marlon Jones
OG - David May
DE - Tim Sims
DT - Matt Price
OLB - Eric Henry
OLB - Casey Abrams
K - Jason Mitchell
P - Matt Lamb

2nd Team

WR - Kevin Montgomery
WR - Kendall Crosby
OT - Zach Garcia
DE - John Morgan
CB - James Bradley
FS - John Brown
SS - Joe Williamson


2022-23 TEAM STATISTICS

Team Stats

OFFENSE

Total Offense
680.0
(#1)
Passing Offense
401.4
(#1)
Rushing Offense
278.6
(#3)
Scoring Offense
64.7
(#1)
Passing Touchdowns
62
(#1)
Rushing Touchdowns
61
(#2)
First Downs
415
(#1)
3rd Down Conversion Rate
64%
(89/138)
(#3)
4th Down Conversion Rate
90%
(27/30)
(#1)
Red Zone Offense
96%
(101/105; 95 TD, 6 FG)
(#1)

DEFENSE

Total Defense
453.2
(#102)
Passing Defense
352.3
(#126)
Rushing Defense
100.9
(#3)
Scoring Defense
29.3
(#71)
Red Zone Defense
72%
(48/66; 37 TD, 11 FG)
(#8)

TURNOVERS

Turnover Differential
+18
(#2)
Giveaways
15
(14 INTs, 1 Fumbles)
(#64)
Takeaways
33
(11 INTs, 22 Fumbles)
(#3)

TEMPO


Total Plays Per Game
75.4
Passing Plays Per Game
35.7
(47% of plays/59% of yards)
Rushing Plays Per Game
39.7
(53% of plays/41% of yards)



2022-23 Individual Statistics

PASSING
Marcus Gates - 399/499 (80%*) for 5620 yards*, 62 TD*, 14 INT; 210.0 QBR
Derrick Smith - 0/1 (0%) for 0 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT; 0.0 QBR

RUSHING
Shawn Moss - 229 for 1813 yards (7.9 YPC), 22 TD; Long of 82
Marcus Gates - 200 for 1213 (6.0 YPC), 18 TD; Long of 73
Kellen Ramsey - 98 for 597 (6.0 YPC), 16 TD; Long of 29
Keith Washington - 13 for 141 (10.8 YPC), 5 TD; Long of 34
Kendall Crosby - 9 for 66 (7.3 YPC), 0 TD; Long of 15
Kevin Montgomery - 6 for 59 (9.8 YPC), 0 TD; Long of 29
Nick Dickens - 1 for 11 (11.0 YPC), 0 TD; Long of 11


RECEIVING
Casey Rutledge - 93 for 1547* (16.6 AVG), 13 TD*; Long of 71
Kevin Montgomery - 73 for 1180 (16.1 AVG), 14 TD; Long of 52
Kendall Crosby - 65 for 990 (15.2 AVG), 12 TD; Long of 84
John Payne - 45 for 640 (14.2 AVG), 10 TD; Long of 51
Marlon Jones - 49 for 574 (11.7 AVG), 7 TD; Long of 38
Shawn Moss - 39 for 331 (8.4 AVG), 3 TD; Long of 79
Kellen Ramsey - 22 for 212 (9.6 AVG), 3 TD; Long of 35
Gary Nixon - 6 for 95 (15.8 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 49
Justin Spence - 5 for 31 (6.2 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 14
Aaron Bullock - 1 for 12 (12.0 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 12
Keith Washington - 1 for 8 (8.0 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 8

DEFENSIVE LEADERS
Casey Abrams - 96 Tackles
Matt Price - 19 TFL
Matt Price, Tim Sims - 7 Sacks
James Bradley - 3 INT
John Brown - 6 Pass Deflections
Casey Abrams - 3 Forced Fumbles
Greg Jenkins, Casey Abrams, Derrick Harris - 2 Fumble Recoveries

KICKING
Jason Mitchell - 12/13 FG (4/4 from 17-29, 3/3 from 30-39, 2/2 from 40-49, 3/4 from 50+); Long of 57
PUNTING
Matt Lamb - 3 for 155 (51.6 AVG), net of 129 (43.0 Net AVG); Long of 54
KICK RETURN
John Payne - 18 for 348 (19.3 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 30
Kellen Ramsey - 12 for 242 (20.1 AVG), 0 TD; Long of 24
PUNT RETURN
Kellen Ramsey- 25 for 287 (11.4 AVG), 1 TD; Long of 85


2022-23 GRADUATING SENIORS

Matt Lamb (#6), P; Loveland, CO
Kevin Montgomery (#84), WR; Fountain Valley, CA
Eric Henry (#53), OLB; Parkway, CA
Casey Rutledge (#82), WR; Louisville, CO
David May (#72), OG; The Pinery, CO
Matt Price (#62), DT; Poteau, OK
Marlon Jones (#87), TE; Nebraska City, NE
John Brown (#48), FS; Whiteriver, AZ
Greg Jenkins (#23), CB; Richardson, TX
Joe Williamson (#27), SS; Flowing Wells, AZ
Zach Garcia (#69), OT; Addison, TX
Dwight Childress (#25), FB; Wichita Falls, TX
Stewart Williams (#51), OLB; Evergreen, CO
John Morgan (#93), DE; Corsicana, TX
Joe Ross (#58), OLB; Glenwood Springs, CO
2022-23 RECRUITING CLASS
Ben Franklin, P; Marysville, WA (82 OVR, :star::star::star:)​
Erik Noel, ATH; Marshall, TX (78 OVR, :star::star::star::star::star:)
Ryan James, DT; Beeville, TX (75 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Kyle DeLuca, C; South Whittier, CA (75 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Kevin Frazier, DE; Belle Glade, FL (75 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Trenton Oliver, CB; Vidor, TX (73 OVR, :star::star:)
Chad Waters, WR; Orchard Mesa, CO (72 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Dominic Whitaker, WR; Greendale, WI (71 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Brandon McCoy, RB; Sheridan, CO (69 OVR, :star::star::star::star:)
Kevin Bradley, OLB; Spring Creek, NV (69 OVR, :star::star::star:)
Brent Chandler, DT; Wausau, WI (69 OVR, :star::star::star:)

 
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