Mark Johnson, The Voice of the Buffs, and CUBuffs.com’s Neill Woelk give you an in-depth, inside look at Colorado Buffs Sports. Interviews, guest analysis and more each week focused on your CU Buffs.
Episode 4: Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson and CUBuffs.com's Neill Woelk talk about one of the longest football camps in CU history. The Buffs are two weeks from game day and three weeks into camp. Steven Montez took it up a notch in practice this week. What does that mean? How comfortable should fans be with Sam Noyer as backup?
Plus: Neill flipped the script and asked Mark what his big unknowns are there two weeks out. The two discuss how important is communication on defense, how big a boost was it to have Kyle Evans at practice again and how much of an emphasis are the Buffs taking on special teams? Which team has the advantage between CU and CSU with the Rams having a game a week before the Buffs?
Mark also chats with preseason All-American soccer player Taylor Kornieck as that team opens its season today at Colorado State and will host three games Sunday at Prentup Field.
Episode 5: Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson and CUBuffs.com’s Neill Woelk are joined by former WR Mike Pritchard for this week’s Insider, a fantastic episode. Mike talks about what it was like to witness The Rise from his point of view, about the Buffs facilities, Coach Bill McCartney’s birthday, how Coach Mike MacIntyre has been successful while embracing the Buffs past, and much more. Pritchard tells an amazing story involving Coach McCartney, t-shirts and the trip to Oklahoma in 1989 which signified the Buffs were onto something special and what it will take for this group to accomplish some of the same things those teams did back then. Junior Alexa Smith from the volleyball team also joins the show. The volleyball team opens its season this weekend in Oklahoma starting tonight.
It’s game day! Finally the football season is here. Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson and CUBuffs.com’s Neill Woelk are both happy the longest camp in CU football history is finally over. The duo breaks down the game between Colorado State and Oregon State in week zero. The stadium will be full. What will be the keys for the Buffs to get a victory? It’s also big weekends for the volleyball and soccer teams, and the cross country team opens its season Friday at CSU. Darian Hagan joins the show, former Buffs great and current running backs coach.
Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson catches up with Jeremy Bloom, who will call the game Saturday for PAC-12 Network. Bloom is moving back to the state! Find out what he thought of CU's defense, the officiating against CSU, CU's group of receivers (big smiles for he former receiver), and much more.
Here what Bloom has to say about Steven Montez, Isaiah Oliver and Trey Udoffia, as well as the current state of college athletics and some of his other business ventures.
Mark also caught up with soccer coach Danny Sanchez as the Buffs embark on a tough road trip to Texas to face the Longhorns and UTSA.
Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson and CUBuffs.com’s Neill Woelk are joined by former All-American linebacker Chad Brown, who will do the game for Pac-12 Network. Chad’s always a fascinating interview and he breaks down the Buffs, talks about the schedule and gives us an update on what he’s been up to.
What other sports did Chad play in high school? The answer may surprise you. When will Chad give coaching a shot and why he’s been waiting. All that and much more on this week’s Insider.
Voice of the Buffs Mark Johnson and CUBuffs.com’s Neill Woelk talk about the football team’s game with No. 7 Washington, set to kickoff at 8 p.m. Saturday at Folsom Field. The fact that it’s a rematch of the Pac-12 Championship game has the hype on overdrive. Expectations are higher for the Buffs, what does that mean about fan perception. Is the defense for real? How is Steven Montez’s development going? What impact will the shuffling of the offensive line have moving forward? How big a game is this for Alex Kinney? All those questions and more are answered!
Mark and Neill also talk about the overall success of the athletic department with five teams ranked and an overall record of 65-6-3 so far to date. The men’s basketball schedule is out, as well.