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Two-Man Race at QB

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When a team goes 2-10 and a passing game manages just 1,422 yards — its lowest output since Ronald Reagan was president — much remains uncertain heading into the following season. But this much we know about the CU offense in 2007: It will feature a new starting quarterback.

With four players on the track, it's a two-man race to be Colorado's quarterback this fall. Last year's starter, Bernard Jackson, returns for his senior season. But in case you haven't heard, he won't be under center in September. Except in certain situations. After playing with a lot of heart, and providing a spark to the offense at times in 2006, Jackson will play a multitude of roles in 200...

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