Pac-12 Power Rankings: Colorado Buffaloes Last In ESPN's Post-Spring Edition

ESPN's Pac-12 blog has released its post-spring Pac-12 power rankings and, not all too surprising, the Colorado Buffaloes came in dead last among the 12 teams. It's not surprising given the loss of wide receiver Paul Richardson hurts an offense that is breaking in new starters are most every skill position.

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Miller and Gemmell do offer some praise for the offensive line and running back Tony Jones, but that doesn't make up for what they see as huge issues that need to be addressed:

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But there are huge questions at receiver, on the defensive line and in the secondary. Colorado may play as many freshmen as any team in the country this year.

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And what about quarterback? That competition will have at least three and possibly four legitimate contenders once camp starts in August. That might be the biggest question surrounding the team going forward.

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