The Bears are too stupid to draft a QB. And even if they did, they would NOT Know how to PROPERLY DEVELOP him. Any QB drafted by the Bears will be RUINED. Plus their OL is horrible. They should draft the best OL available, then go after a QB in later rounds considering they still Cutty locked into that mega garbage contract for another 2 years. Laughing stock of the NFL, Bears are the NFC version of the Browns.
@DJR How do you know that? He could easily be just another change of pace / special teams type back. Can he carry an NFL LOAD at 199-205 pounds? NFL is not Stanford. Lets see what he runs at the combine and pro days. He looks like an overrated change of pace share the load type back to me. Would not be surprised if he runs a 4.5 at the combine, plus he does not break a lot of tackles either, which you HAVE to do in the NFL. This is where many GREAT COLLEGE backs dominate in college but fail in the NFL against guys that are bigger and faster than college LBS and Linemen.
After having their NCAA Tournament bubble burst this past March in their swan song as a member of the Big 12 Conference, Colorado moves to the Pac-12. The Buffs won't even sniff the bubble this season having lost their top four scorers who accounted for almost 75 percent of the team's offensive output. That, of course, includes Alec Burks who was selected 12th overall by the Utah Jazz in the 2011 NBA Draft.
As a result, Tad Boyle will parade a new starting backcourt on the floor. Utah transfer Carlon Brown will be asked to take on a big role alongside Nate Tomlinson and Shannon Sharpe, who were serviceable reserves last season. However, that trio is a major downgrade and far less versatile from what Colorado had last season with Burks, Cory Higgins and sharpshooter Levi Knutson. JUCO transfer Jeremy Adams, and freshmen Spencer Dinwiddie and Askia Booker will try to step in right away and provide depth off the bench.
The frontcourt loses the undersized, but physical Marcus Relphorde to graduation but returns everybody else and gets Shane Harris-Tunks back after he missed last season due to a torn ACL. Harris-Tunks figures to compete with the only returning starter, Austin Dufault for minutes in the middle. Rising sophomore Andre Roberson is a complete player who seems poised for a breakout year and will need to rise to the occasion to help the Buffs during this reloading season. Trey Eckloff and Ben Mills will try to work their way into the rotation as well.
Tad Boyle walked into a good situation in his first season at Colorado, but things will be drastically different this year. The Buffs do not have the experience or star power of a player like Burks, and figure to struggle in their inaugural year out west.
Player to Watch: Andre Roberson, F
Despite not starting a single game last season, Roberson gave Buff fans a glimpse of what seems to be a promising future. The athletic 6-7 wing broke the Colorado freshman record for rebounds and blocked shots in a season, leading the team in both categories as well as steals. He came on strong in during the team's run to the NIT Semifinals, averaging nearly 10 points and 10 rebounds per contest during the Buffs' final seven games. Roberson will have to take on more of a scoring role this season, but has the ability to impact a game even when he is not putting the ball in the basket.
Key Non-Conference Games:
11/17-20 vs. Temple, Alabama, Purdue, Maryland, Wichita State, Iona, Western Michigan (Puerto Rico Tip-Off)