CU Buffs’ Brendon Lewis applying lessons learned in 2021

BOULDER – When asked about positives from the 2021 season, Colorado quarterback Brendon Lewis had to think for a few seconds.

“Towards the end of the season, we showed improvement and started moving the ball,” he said, before quickly shifting to thoughts of the upcoming season. “We’re gonna see a lot more of that this year. (Offensive coordinator Mike) Sanford has done a great job and made a new offense for everybody so it’s going to be really fun.”

It’s understandable that Lewis wouldn’t dwell too much on the 2021 season, because it was filled with growing pains. As a freshman, first-year starter, Lewis played behind a struggling offensive line and wound up at or near the bottom of the Pac-12 in passer rating, completion percentage and yards per game as the Buffaloes went 4-8 (3-6 Pac-12).

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Source:: The Denver Post

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