Junior receiver Lee Walker has turned a good spring into a good fall.
MacIntyre said Walker "has had his best camp," following a spring in which he was named the team's most improved special teams player (along with kicker Chris Graham).
Walker has caught just three passes for 36 yards in his career, and opportunities might be limited because of the talented veterans ahead of him. That hasn't stopped him from fighting to get on the field.
"Lee Walker is a different player this year," Chiaverini said. "He's more confident, he's playing with speed, he's making plays when he gets opportunities, he's knows the offense, and I'm excited about what he's done."
MacIntyre said there is no update on the status of sophomore cornerback Anthony Julmisse, who was arrested last month on allegations of assault, harassment and domestic violence. Julmisse has a court date scheduled for Sept. 1. "Right now he's suspended indefinitely," MacIntyre said. ... On Wednesday, the Buffs worked a lot on special teams, as well as several different late-game situations on offense and defense. ... As of Wednesday afternoon, CU reported that it has sold 20,042 season tickets for this year (not including students). That's more than 2,000 ahead of last year (18,011) and it's the first time CU has topped the 20,000 mark since 2012. ... The Buffs have sold more than 20,000 tickets to the Rocky Mountain Showdown vs.