The sad and unfortunate reality is this: Colorado athletic director Rick George has a number of painful decisions to make in the future. And whenever NCAA athletics resumes in full force, there is a good chance the CU Buffs athletic department will never look the same.
- Chat replay: Pat Rooney discusses CU Buffs athletics (July 3, 2020)
- Brady Russell to lead versatile but inexperienced group of CU Buffs tight ends
- Derrion Rakestraw at home at safety for CU Buffs
- As coronavirus surges, Pac-12 prepares for all football scenarios, including a spring season
- Extra Q & A with new CU Buffs basketball assistant Rick Ray
- CU Buffs’ Mustafa Johnson ready to roll
We appreciate that thoughtful members of Congress such as Senator Rubio are seeking a uniform, national solution to empower student-athletes to benefit from their Name, Image and Likeness.
Move forward a few years, in a best case scenario, and what do we see with NCAA athletics?
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