Coach MCYORK University of Colorado

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  1. mcyork

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    Coach MCYORK University of Colorado

    2013 Season 1 under Coach MCYORK​


    The University of Colorado has just announced the hiring of former University of Houston Coach MCYORK. Coach MCYORK will be taking over a program that has struggled in recent years missing a bowl for a second year in a row. He has guided his Cougars to 4 straight bowl wins along the way reaching 10 wins in 2 out of the 4 years there. He will bring both of his coordinators with him as well as most of his position coaches. "This will be a growing year. I expect to win 7-9 games and get some new blood in here. I want guys that want to compete as freshman." said coach York. With this in mind he hit the ground running and went out and signed the #1 HB in the land John Harris. This years team will be lead by RS SR QB Clark Evans and JR RB Willie Babcock. On defense they are switching to a 3-4 setup and they will be moving a few LB's and DE's to fit there needs. Coach York had this to say about the recent hiring of his nemesis Coach Max at fellow Big Twelve school Texas Tech."Yeah it will be nice to still see him across the field on Saturdays. I look forward to a couple Tech vs Buff Big 12 Championship games in the future." Its a new year Buffs Fans and we have a breath of fresh air in Boulder. Look out for the Buffaloes in 2013.

    2013 Schedule
    Tulsa L
    Bye
    Colorado State W
    @Utah W
    @Oklahoma State W
    Texas A&M W
    @Texas W
    Kansas W
    @Kansas State W
    Missouri W
    @Iowa State W
    Nebraska
    @Kent State
    Bye
     
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    Game Summaries

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    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Tulsa 3 10 7 12 32
    CU 7 10 7 7 31

    Tulsa Gets Let Off The Hook!

    The Tulsa team ran to the locker room skipped the shower ran to the bus and caught a flight out of town as fast as they could.


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    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    CSU 7 13 0 0 20
    CU 0 14 13 14 41

    The Buffaloes Run Over The Rams

    It took 2 1/2 quarters for the Buffs to start to impose their will on the CSU Rams but once they started running down hill they couldn't be stopped. In front of a sellout Invesco Field of 88,000 Colorado beat Colorado State 41-20 to recapture the Centennial Cup. The Buffs ran for over 300 yards and held the ball for 18:45 compared to the Rams 9:15. RS SR QB Clark Evans was 11-19 with 2 TD's and 1 INT his job for most of the game was to hand the ball off to some very hungry ball carriers. RS JR RB Willie Babcock had 24 carries for 153 yards and true Freshman John Harris had 101 yards on 22 touches with 2 TD's. The Rams were lead by QB Casey Hampton who was 18-29 for 252 yards with 3 TD's and 2 INT's. Both picks happened in the 2nd half and both lead to Buff scores. "This team is just getting started, we got a bunch of good kids that want to win but just haven't had the chance to do it over the last couple of years. If we can get the OL patched up this team can compete for a Big Twelve Title.(the line gave up 8 sacks against CSU)" said Coach York. That remains to be seen, up next for the Buffs is a trip to Utah.

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    1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    CU 14 7 7 3 31
    Utah 0 7 0 0 7


    CU Dominates on the Ground Again!

    The Colorado Buffaloes have a team slogan for this year. The Coaching staff passed around t-shirts at the start of fall camp that read "Move or get RUN OVER". Well the Utah Utes got run over here today as the Buffaloes O-line and RB tandem of Willie Babcock and heralded freshman John Harris combined for over 200 yards in a very convincing 31-7 win saturday night. It was Utah's 1st loss on the season and there high flying offense couldn't convert on several 4th down plays that had drives stall in Buffalo territory. "We put out those T-shirts as motivation for a team that last season couldn't avg more than 110 yards per game on the ground. We have several talented backs and a new O-line that needed some confidence before we started Big Twelve play. Running the ball is what this team does best." said Coach York after the game. The Buffs took a big blow to that tandem as they found out after the game that Willie Babcock will be lost for 5 weeks with a broken wrist. After he went down Harris took over and rushed for 145 yards on 21 carries and 1 TD. Terdema Ussery had 6 catches for 90 yards to lead the Buffs. On D the secondary was amazing. CB's Jack Johnson(4 pass deflections) and Derrick Richards(1 INT and 8 tackles) shut down the Utah WR's. FS Matt Mcrae led the team with 12 tackles and 1 sack. Next up for the Buffs is a trip to OSU to take on the #22 Cowboys.

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    Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    CU 0 17 7 10 34
    OSU 13 3 6 7 29


    BUFFS HOLD ON IN STILLWATER!!!

    The University of Colorado defeated Oklahoma State University 34-29 today. The game took place in a torrential down pour in front of 80,000 plus at Boone Pickens Stadium. The Buffs made several mistakes in this game to keep it close 3 TO and several blown coverages lead to Cowboy scores. When the Buffs held onto the ball they moved up and down the field. Freshman sensation John Harris continued to cary the load handling the rock 34 times for 162 yards and 1 score. SR QB Clark Evans was 17-25 for 251 yards with 2 TD's and 3 INT's, 2 of which came on tipped balls. Despite the TOP being in Colorado's favor they found themselves down for most of the 1st half. At one point it was 16-7 with the Boys driving inside the 15 yard line. The OSU QB dropped back and being rushed threw into double coverage. SR CB Derrick Richards picked the ball off at the 1 and returned it 99 yards to bring the Buffs back to within 2. The Colorado Defense seemed to feed off this and shut the Boys O down. OSU scored to open the 2nd half with a 89 yard kick return and again scored late with 24 sec left under a prevent defense. "This is always a tough place to play, this game was up in the air for too long. I was pacing the sideline for 3/4 of the game. That Pick 6 was just what the doctor ordered and we seemed to settle down after that." said Coach York after the game. The Buffs are 1-0 in conference and 3-1 overall. They head home to take on Texas A&M next weekend. Not to look over the Aggies but after talking to the team it seems they want some revenge against Texas down in Austin in two weeks.


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Texas A&M 0 14 9 6 29
    Colorado 7 10 7 8 32


    CU GETS TESTED AT HOME!!

    The University of Colorado came away with a 32-29 victory here in Folsom Field Saturday night in front of a rowdy sold out crowd. The Buffs came from behind and scored the go ahead touchdown with 15 seconds remaining when FR RB John Harris capped off a 3 TD performance with a 3 yard run to pay dirt. The Buffs ran for 194 yards as a team Harris had 138 by himself while FR FB Brad Flowers had several 3rd and short conversions that helped keep drives alive. The Aggies had a decided advantage in yards gained yet turned the ball over at crucial times. The Buffs D managed 3 INT's 2 of which came in the A&M end zone. On defense CU was lead by CB Derrick Richards who had 11 tackles on the day with one of the end zone INT's. CU moves to 4-1 on the young season and looks ahead to a trip to Austin next week. This young team seems to be on a roll and with two more wins could be headed to a bowl.

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    TEAM 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH FINAL
    CU 3 10 10 14 37
    UT 7 3 0 7 17


    UT HAS NO ANSWER FOR CU

    The Buffs Offense ran into Austin and ran all over the Longhorns defense 37-17. The Colorado offense scored 3 rushing TD's on the day. Two of those scores were from freshman sensations John Harris, who had 35 touches and 183 yards and FB Bruce Flowers. Clark Evans who threw for 1 TD had the third rushing TD of the game on a QB roll out that he tucked and scampered 9 yards for the score. Evans was 16-23 for 198 yards and the Buffs O racked up 411 yards on the #10 Horns Defense. The Colorado D stuffed the Horns attack all day and gave up only 279 yards. Next week Kansas comes to town and the Buffs look to make it 6 in a row.


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    KU 14 7 0 7 28
    CU 7 7 14 17 45

    Harris Carries Buffs to Victory!

    John Harris scored 4 TD's on the ground today as the Buffs beat the Jayhawks 45-28 at Folsom Field. He has racked up 938 yards on this young season while JR RB Willie Babcock has been nursing his broken wrist. Babcock should be cleared to play next week at Kansas State. Will he take over for the young RB stud? "I think John has earned the starting nod but Willie will definately see the field next Saturday." said Coach York after the game today. The offense seems to be clicking as they racked up 522 yards on the day. The D is also in tip top shape as they only gave up 277 yards of total offense to the Jayhawks. Kansas State is up next and with a win the Big Twelve North title should be all but rapped up.


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    KSU 0 0 0 0 0
    CU 7 14 3 7 31


    Ground Game Keeps on Rolling

    The Buffs John Harris rushed for 143 yards through 2 1/2 Qtrs and scored 2 TD's and the Defense answered the bell by pitching a shutout as Colorado got out of the Little Big Apple with a 31-0 win. SS Jr Matt McRae lead the defense with 7 tackles 4 TFL. The Wildcats O could not get on track and only amassed 197 yards of offense. The Buffs had the ball for 19:00 min to the Cats 9:00. JR RB Willie Babcock came back to rush for 65 yards on 11 carries and 1 TD. "He (Babcock) looked good out there for taking 5 weeks off. We will be tough to stop when he gets all the kinks worked out. His toughness was never in question he was popping helmets out there. He just needs to get used to the game speed again to make all his reads and cuts." said Coach York. The Buffs moved up to #24 in the polls and with this win should produce a matchup of top 25 teams next week when Mizzou comes to town. On a recruiting update the Buffs got three :4stars: recruits to soft verbal this last week. All three are offensive players.

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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    Mizzou 7 14 0 0 21
    CU 7 3 3 11 24


    CU Upsets #12 Mizzou in Boulder

    The University of Colorado beat the University of Missouri today 24-21 in an exciting game that could have gone either way. The Buffs kicked a field goal with 6 seconds remaining to upset the #12th ranked Tigers and stamp their ticket to Cowboy Stadium and the Big 12 title game. The Buffs again were lead on offense by their three power backs who combined for 258 yards on the ground. FR FB Brian Flowers had only 10 yards on three carries but all three carries were for 1st downs and all kept scoring drives alive. Flowers doesn't get as much press as fellow FR John Harris (who rushed for 158 yards) or JR Willie Babcock (who had 85 yards on the ground) but he was lead blocker on most of the yards. WR's Maurice Galloway and Anthony Clayton each had a TD reception. SR QB Clark Evans completed 14 of 22 passes for 182 yards. The D was lead by JR FS Matt McRae who had 7 tackles and 1 INT. Up next for the Buffs a trip to Ames to face Iowa State.


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    Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
    CU 14 21 10 10 55
    ISU 0 0 0 7 7


    Hide the Women and Children ISU Gets Buried In The Snow

    The Buffs extended their winning streak to 9 by beating up on Iowa State today 55-7. The Defense stood tall and only surrendered 97 yards to the Cyclones. The Offense held onto the ball for 20:10 and the running game looks to be hitting on all cylinders. FR John Harris had 166 yards on 38 att with 2 TD's. Harris is leading the nation in rushing and TD's and this week he was named to the finalist list for the Doak Walker trophy. Willie Babcock looks to be back from his injury and 100% as he ran the ball 21 times for 124 yards. SR WR Terdema Ussery had 4 catches for 50 yards and two TD's. The Buffs head home to face Nebraska next week and then will have back to back weeks against top 25 teams #17 Kent State and a matchup in the Big 12 Championship game against #3 Texas Tech. "We are going to take it game by game. Nebraska is a tough team and anything can happen. I expect the guys to come out and play just as hard against the Cornhuskers as any of the teams we have faced. We want to go to a BCS game that is our goal. Coach has us focused and ready we just need to execute." said SR QB captain Clark Evans. The Buffs are on the verge of being in the top 10 for the 1st time in a decade. With a win next week and knocking off Kent State the winner of the Big 12 Championship game could play for the MNC.
     

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