Tiaoalii Savea recruiting: Decision day for 4-star defensive end

Tiaoalii Savea recruiting

This has been a crucial weekend for college football recruiting including Saturday when nine prospects made their commitments at the All American Bowl's Decision Day including the nation's top-rated recruit Korey Foreman, who committed to USC. The weekend of recruiting is not done yet as defensive end Tiaoalii Saveaa is set to make his decision on Sunday, Jan. 3. He is listed as a 4-star recruit according to the 247Sports composite rankings. Tiaoalii Savea Recruiting bio Savea is from Las Vegas, Nevada and attends Desert Pines High School. The strong side defensive end checks in at 6-foot-3 and 265 pounds. Offer list Savea has a ton of offers from schools all across the country. The full offer list includes Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn,

Korey Foreman recruiting: Decision day for top 2021 prospect

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The Early Signing Period has come and gone with the next signing period about a month away on Feb. 3. In between, teams across the country are still battling for the final pieces of their 2021 recruiting class. Some of the best players in the entire country have yet to commit to a school, and many will do just that on Saturday, Jan. 2 in the All-American Bowl. The actual game has been canceled due to COVID-19, but instead the annual event will feature nine players expected to announce their commitments. This includes the highest-ranked recruit in the 2021 class, according to the 247Sports Composite, with Korey Foreman. Other players who will be committing on Saturday include 5 stars Tristan Leigh and

Texas football vs. Colorado Preview

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Texas football has a chance to end this season on a positive note before the off season. The Longhorns matchup against Colorado in the Valero Alamo Bowl on Tuesday night. Let’s take a look at both of these teams. Texas offense It’s been a rollercoaster when it comes to how this offense performed. There were times the Longhorns needed to step up when the team needed it and there were times, they didn’t do that. Colorado only played a total of five games, but this game is still a toss up between who wins. This offense needs to play great. Sam Ehlinger and Bijan Robinson need to have big performances for the game. This may be Ehlinger’s last game as a Longhorn and

Colorado football season at a possible conclusion

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The Pac-12 Conference announced Monday that the Colorado football vs. Oregon game scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 19, is being canceled due to Oregon's elevation into the Pac-12 Championship game. Oregon replaced Washington as the North Division's representative in the title game after the Huskies were well below the 53-man scholarship requirement. For Oregon, its elevation into the Pac-12 title game led the Ducks to earn their second straight conference championship. Oregon defeated USC 31-24 on Friday night at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Meanwhile, for Colorado football, the cancellation of its game against Oregon means that the Buffs will not be playing a game this weekend. The Buffs were originally scheduled to play Oregon in Los Angeles, as the division runner-ups were

Transfer Portal: An early look at the 2021 quarterbacks

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Every year, more and more college football teams turn to the transfer portal to find their starting quarterback. Guys like Russell Wilson, Kyler Murray, and Justin Fields have all found success transferring to programs that gave them an opportunity to elevate themselves on the national stage. This year Florida State has gotten a head start on the competition landing former UCF signal caller McKenzie Milton, but he will not be the only one putting on a new jersey in 2021. Here is a look at five other guys that will likely be making an impact for a new team next season. Charlie Brewer, QB - Transferring from Baylor Potential Destinations: Tennessee, Mississippi State, SMU, UNLV, Arkansas Pedigree: After winning a state championship in

Colorado football: undefeated season ruined by Utah upset

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Unfortunately for No. 21 Colorado football, its undefeated Cinderella season will not come to fruition as the Buffs were upset by the Utah Utes in a 38-21 loss in Boulder. The loss to Utah sealed the Pac-12 South division title for No. 15 USC and knocked Colorado football out of the Pac-12 title game. The Utes have won the last four games against Colorado football. The game was prime for the taking after halftime for Colorado, but the Buffs just couldn't get it going. A one-play scoring drive to start the third quarter ended up being the final points scored by the Buffs as Utah ran off 28 unanswered points to pull off the upset. CU defense couldn't recover from Landman injury The

Colorado football vs. Utah moving to Saturday

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On Wednesday, the Pac-12 and FOX Sports announced that the No. 21 Colorado football game against the Utah Utes will be moving to occupy FOX's "Big Noon Kickoff" time slot on Saturday. The game was originally scheduled for Friday night. Colorado football will now kickoff against Utah at 12:05 p.m. ET, with the game being nationally televised on FOX. The crew covering the game in Boulder will be Gus Johnson, former Colorado quarterback Joel Klatt, and Jenny Taft. The game was moved to fill the opening caused by the cancellation of the Michigan at Ohio State game, which was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns within the Michigan football program. "We were contacted yesterday by the conference about our willingness to move the Utah

Colorado football vs. Utah preview

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No. 21 Colorado football is back in Boulder for its final game of the regular season for a Friday night game against the rival Utah Utes on Dec. 11. Since both teams joined the conference in 2011, the Utes lead the head to head matchup 7-2. The Rumble in the Rockies will be televised on FOX Sports 1 at 9:30 p.m. ET. According to ESPN, Colorado football has a 52.5% probability of winning with a -2 spread. Betting on the Buffs has worked out so far as Colorado is 4-0 against the spread this season. This game is make it or break it for the Colorado football season. With a chance to appear in the Pac-12 Championship, the Buffs need a win

Colorado football stomps Arizona to remain undefeated

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Colorado football ran right through the Arizona defense on its way to a 24-13 victory to remain undefeated on the season. The Buffs find themselves in the AP Top 25 for the first time this season at No. 21 and are still in contention in the Pac-12 South with a 4-0 record (3-0 in Pac-12) under new head coach Karl Dorrell. Meanwhile, Arizona has now lost 11 straight games. The game was ugly early for Colorado football as the slow start on both sides of the ball resulted in three punts and a fumble on offense and three straight scoring drives for the Wildcats, but Buffs were able to rally and pitched a shutout in the second half. "It was the first

Colorado football vs. Arizona preview

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This Saturday, Colorado football travels to Tucson to take on the winless Arizona Wildcats. The game is being televised on FOX Sports 1 at 7 p.m. ET. According to ESPN, Colorado football has a 54.5% probability of winning with a -7.5 spread. The Buffs are currently 3-0 against the spread this season. Preview In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year for Colorado football, head coach Karl Dorrell has his team 3-0 and right in the race for a Pac-12 title game birth. The Buffs are currently tied with USC for first in the south. Meanwhile for Kevin Sumlin's Wildcats, they've started the season at the bottom of the conference rankings. Arizona started its season in a heartbreaking loss to USC, which came