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(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: Buffs trying to replace Thompson's production

Three players saw time on field after safety's injury
It takes three guys to do what Tedric Thompson does at strong safety in the Colorado defense. When Thompson had to leave last week's game at Cal after suffering a bruised sternum in the middle of the first half, Marques Mosley, Evan White and Terrel Smith all stood ready to replace him in the defense, depending on what package CU defensive coaches had on the field. Full Story
(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: Buffs trying to replace Thompson's production

Three players saw time on field after safety's injury
It takes three guys to do what Tedric Thompson does at strong safety in the Colorado defense. When Thompson had to leave last week's game at Cal after suffering a bruised sternum in the middle of the first half, Marques Mosley, Evan White and Terrel Smith all stood ready to replace him in the defense, depending on what package CU defensive coaches had on the field. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
Second Story Garage: The Motet

The Motet has been around for 16 years, but it seems as if they're just bursting onto the scene. The Boulder funk masters recently released their seventh album. They self-titled it because, for the first time, they wrote it collaboratively and, they say, "The group has finally become what it has striven to be throughout its existence." Full Story