Colorado football coaches continued to install more of the offense and defense Wednesday on the second day of fall camp, but coach Mike MacIntyre admitted he doubts the entire offense will be in the Buffs' arsenal when they take on Colorado State in the season opener.
Some would call MacIntyre a perfectionist. He wants his team to be really comfortable with each new element of the scheme before adding more.
MacIntyre said he thought the Buffs handled the additional material well Wednesday and he could add more Thursday if he likes what he sees on film overnight.
"I'm a true believer in knowledge equals confidence equals playing fast," MacIntyre said. "I think you can overload them and they can slow down. So it's very important. There is a fine line there to make sure you don't do that."
MacIntyre was asked if he has put in some new wrinkles that weren't in the offense he ran at San Jose State last season and might surprise CSU coaches.
"Oh yeah, the whole offense," MacIntyre joked. "We're putting the Wishbone in."
MacIntyre said he was pleased that the Buffs were able to get through a lot of situations in Wednesday's session.
"I want these young men to know exactly what is going to happen in all the situations and the pressure situations," MacIntyre said. "I want them to think just like I think and when they can do that, that's when you execute in those situations. You have to do them over and over and over."