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Name: Alex Fontenot (+) Nov 2020 Undisclosed INJ/Out
College: Colorado     Number: 8
Height: 5-11   Weight: 195
Position: RB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.46
   40 Time: 4.56
  40 High: 4.64
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Height: 5112
Weight: 195

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...(+) Nov 2020 Undisclosed INJ/Out...PDoak

 Alex Fontenot, Colorado, Player News

  04/01/21 - RB Alex FontenotrJr/2022, Colorado, 5-11, 195 (DS#33 RB) + More +

  Following a breakout season in 2019, Alex Fontenot was looking forward last fall to picking up where he left off. Instead, a hip injury kept Fontenot on the sidelines last season, but the Colorado junior is back this spring and ready to compete. "To me, it felt good," he said after going through CU's first practice of spring on Monday. "Obviously, a little rusty, but that's nothing that practice can't fix for me." Fontenot, listed at 6-feet, 205 pounds, had not practiced since injuring his hip in October, early in CU's COVID-19 delayed preseason camp, and he hasn't played a game since Nov. 30, 2019, at Utah, but was ready to roll on Monday. "He's back and it's good to see him at practice," CU head coach Karl Dorrell said. "He feels good. He doesn't look like he's favoring anything. He's making good cuts; he's vertically getting push up the field; he's running strong through the line of scrimmage from what I saw today, so I think he's over the hump. It's good to have him back." Fontenot, who led the Buffs with 874 rushing yards in 2019, said he's felt 100 percent healthy for months. "Getting through this process, really it was just sticking to my rehab that I had to do and really just not going away from that so I can get back on the field as soon as possible," he said. - Daily Camera

(DS#33 RB) rJr/2022 RB Alex FontenotColorado
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  02/09/21 - RB Alex FontenotrJr/2022, Colorado, 5-11, 195 (DS#33 RB) + More +

  In each of the last two years, the Colorado football team has gone into a season without much previous experience at running back. Next fall, the Buffaloes could be loaded with experience at the position. Last week, head coach Karl Dorrell said junior Alex Fontenot has "a clean bill of health" after missing last season with a hip injury. A 6-foot, 205-pound back from Richmond, Texas, Fontenot led the Buffs in rushing in 2019 with 874 yards and five touchdowns on 185 carries. He also caught 27 passes for 122 yards. Without him last year, the Buffs discovered a star in sophomore Jarek Broussard, who ran for 895 yards and five touchdowns on 156 carries in only six games. He also had nine catches for 65 yards and was named the Pac-12 offensive player of the year. Looking ahead to the 2021 season, the Buffs could have both of them as weapons on offense. - Daily Camera

(DS#33 RB) rJr/2022 RB Alex FontenotColorado
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  11/07/20 - RB Alex FontenotrJr/2022, Colorado, 5-11, 195 (DS#33 RB) + More +

  Colorado could be without one of its best offensive players for a while. On Monday, it was revealed running back Alex Fontenot, the Buffaloes' leading rusher in 2019, will miss Saturday's season opener against UCLA (5 p.m., TV: ESPN2) with an undisclosed injury. On Tuesday, head coach Karl Dorrell said there's no guarantee the 6-foot, 205-pound junior from Richmond, Tex., will play this season. Fontenot was injured in practice late last week. "It's unfortunate that he's dealing with an issue but it's not surgical, which is a good thing," Dorrell said. "He's gonna have to heal up. This is a short season and no one's losing eligibility this year, so we hope to have him back at some point this year and if not, then we'll have him ready to go next year in the fall." As a first-year starter in 2019, Fontenot led the Buffs with 874 yards and five touchdowns on the ground, while handling 57.6 percent of the running back carries. He also caught 27 passes for 122 yards. "He's obviously very disappointed," Dorrell said. "He was counting on himself coming back from a pretty good sophomore year, coming in and playing this year." - Daily Camera

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  07/20/20 - RB Alex FontenotrJr/2022, Colorado, 5-11, 195 (DS#33 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Alex Fontenot (Jr.), Colorado,...Fontenot is coming off a solid sophomore season that was him rush 185 times for 874 yards and three touchdowns while catching 27 passes for 122 yards. Entering his junior season, Fontenot ranks 61st in career rushing yards at CU with 917 (196 carries, six touchdowns). He earned the team's Most Improved Offensive Player award last season and was named to the NFF/Colorado Chapter's All-Colorado second team. He had three 100-yard games on the season and opened the year with 19 carries for 125 yards and three touchdowns against Colorado State, earning the second-most touchdowns in a starting debut and the 13th most yards at CU. - Colorado Football

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  08/30/19 - RB Alex FontenotrJr/2022, Colorado, 5-11, 195 (DS#33 RB) + More +

  Mel Tucker's debut as Colorado coach was a success in part because his defense created four turnovers. The real takeaway was this: The Buffaloes still have a ways to go. "Winning is good," Tucker said. "We've got a ways to go before I can say that's the type of football team that we want to have." Tailback Alex Fontenot scored three second-half touchdowns and safety Mikial Onu intercepted two passes as Colorado beat Colorado State 52-31 on Friday night to kick off the Tucker era. "This is a starting point," Tucker said after a game that lasted 3 hours, 19 minutes and featured a 37-minute lightning delay before the opening kick. "I'm looking forward to getting this film watched and getting these corrections."

Fontenot finished with 125 yards rushing to help the Buffs win their fifth straight over the Rams in what was the final Rocky Mountain Showdown held in Denver. The 83 combined points were the most in the rivalry's 91-game history. Tucker was hired in December after serving as defensive coordinator at Georgia. He appreciated all the turnovers. He didn't appreciate allowing 505 total yards. "The yardage and some of the plays we gave up, I'm not happy about that," he said. Fontenot broke out of several tackles on a 22-yard run with 9:16 remaining to give the Buffaloes a 45-31 lead. Jonathan Van Diest helped seal the win by sacking Collin Hill, who fumbled the ball. Mustafa Johnson scooped it up and scored from 9 yards. - AP College Football


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