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CU SCRIMMAGE

In an offensively dominated game, CU proved today that putting up points shouldn't be a problem in 2014.

"I think my reads are quicker," said sophomore quarterback, Sefo Liufau. "I think I have a lot better footwork than last year. Obviously, I'm not where I want to be, but I'm still working on it and if I didn't have anything to work on, the game would get boring."

Four runningbacks were used in a variety of different ways, which has head coach, Mike MacIntyre very excited about the depth it will provide this season.

"If you can put another fresh runningback in that's really good, and he has fresh legs, he's going to make a linebacker that's been out there seven or eight plays, look slow," said MacIntyre. "That's what I hope happens.

The highlight of the afternoon was a twenty-plus yard scoring strike from Liufau to Nelson Spruce. The redshirt junior will be the main target on the outside and is eager to get the season underway.

"I'm just anxious to get started," said Spruce. "It's always a long off-season, especially when you get into camp and that kinda drags along. I'm just excited to get to Sports Authority Field and get started."

"Be Uncommon." That's the mantra. The players seem to be buying in, now hopefully the wins will follow.

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