Although the Colorado football team doesn't have enough healthy players to conduct a complete scrimmage on Friday, it will still be somewhat of a milestone for the program. The Buffaloes will hold their Spring Showcase on Friday at 9 a.m. at Folsom Field (TV: Pac-12 Networks). It will conclude the first set of spring practices under head coach Karl Dorrell, who was hired on Feb. 23, 2020, but had spring workouts canceled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Getting through the 15 spring practices is one sign that some sense of normalcy is returning – even as the pandemic continues. It's also a big step for a program hoping to build off a trip to the Valero Alamo Bowl last fall and find a way to experience sustained success for the first time in a while. Several veteran players are out, but Dorrell will wrap up his first spring feeling good about the youth of the program. "I want to come out of spring practice feeling that our young players and our players that have got a ton of reps this spring, that they feel like they're very comfortable and confident that they can perform their role on offense… Read full this story
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