Montez leads way as Colorado renews rivalry with Air Force

These items are magnificent!!

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Envision this for a moment: Colorado senior quarterback Steven Montez leading the Air Force triple-option offense.
The opportunity was on the table out of high school for the dual-threat QB. Colorado recruited Montez for his throwing/running and Air Force for his running/throwing.
In the end, Montez followed his arm to Colorado and now he’ll guide the Buffaloes (2-0) against the Falcons (1-0) on Saturday at Folsom Field. It’s the first meeting between the two schools since 1974.

“I probably would be a lot lighter, that’s for sure,” cracked the 6-foot-5, 230-pound Montez when discussing running the option offense. “I wouldn’t be as heavy as I am now.”
Air Force coach Troy Calhoun fully believes Montez’s skill set would’ve translated at the Academy — like it has at Colorado.
“He was mobile. He was big. He was strong,” Calhoun said. “He was an outstanding high school football player and he is a tremendous college football player, too.”
Montez currently sits fourth all-time at Colorado in yards passing

Meet this fancy component!!

Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source