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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PDoakWalker...**2020: OPOYC/ComebackPOY/1stC...2019: (+) Sept 2019 Knee INJ/Out for 2019

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  08/30/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Running back Jarek Broussard earned Pac-12 offensive player of the year honors in 2020 because of what he did with the ball in his hands, rushing for 813 yards during the five-game regular season. Broussard and running backs coach Darian Hagan both believe he's improved in all areas, especially as a pass blocker. "I hit the weight room pretty hard this summer," Broussard said. "It's a confidence thing. You just can't be scared to make contact with that guy and stick to your fundamentals. "Wanting to (do it) is one big thing, but another thing is setting that tone. We have a deep backfield and if I'm able to go out and make a big play or put somebody on their back, that's going to bring energy to the offense, to the whole group in general. Setting the tone is the biggest thing." - Daily Camera

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  08/22/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  On the second play of Colorado's scrimmage on Saturday, Jarek Broussard took a handoff, made a cut and went 66 yards for a touchdown. A few minutes later, on his second carry of the day, he went 42 yards before being chased out of bounds. "That's just Jarek Broussard," receiver Dimitri Stanley said. "You guys saw it last year. He's just a breakaway runner. He can make anything happen. He can fit in the tightest holes and just gets it going." The 2020 Pac-12 offensive player of the year, Broussard looked to be in top form during the Buffs' first scrimmage of preseason camp.

Although a couple of carries later in the scrimmage netted only six yards, he unofficially averaged 28.5 yards per rush (114 yards on four attempts). "Jarek looked good early," head coach Karl Dorrell said. "We got his reps and got him out." CU's star running back spent most of the day watching his fellow backs get their carries, and the Buffs showed off their depth. Alex Fontenot, Deion Smith, Joe Davis and Jayle Stacks all had some nice runs, as did walk-on Charlie Offerdahl, who scored a late touchdown. - Daily Camera


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  08/10/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Averaging 26 rushing attempts per game is a heavy workload for any running back, let alone one with a 5-foot-9, 185-pound frame and a history of knee injuries. Yet, asked if he'd be OK with seeing that number reduced this year, Colorado's Jarek Broussard smiled, puts his arms out, shrugged his shoulders and said, "I ain't trippin' off getting the ball because, I mean, obviously I would want the ball. But, we have a good room and it would be very beneficial to see more guys contribute to the team success. "If I have to, I'll do what I gotta do to help the team win." Broussard battled back from two knee injuries in previous years to earn Pac-12 offensive player of the year honors in 2020 after leading the Buffs with 813 rushing yards during the five-game regular season. He added 82 more in the Alamo Bowl.

Nationally, Minnesota's Mohamed Ibrahim was the only player to average more attempts per game (28.7) than Broussard, in part because the Buffs didn't have great options around him. This year, Alex Fontenot, the Buffs' leading rusher in 2019, is back from injury, and Ashaad Clayton is a more mature second-year player. Deion Smith, who is also back from injury, Joe Davis and Jayle Stacks help to make the room even deeper. "We have a deep room and we all just feed off each other's success," Broussard said. "Despite me getting player of the year accolades, all that does is it motivates the other guys in the room. Fontenot was the leading rusher when I was here (in 2019), so that just gave me the confidence in myself to like, 'Okay, maybe I could do that, too." - Daily Camera


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  07/23/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Two Colorado Buffaloes are on the preseason watch list for the Doak Walker Award, presented annually to the top running back in the country. Sophomore Jarek Broussard and junior Alex Fontenot are both among the 84 players on the preseason watch list. CU is one of only 12 schools with at least two players on the list. Broussard was named Pac-12 offensive player of the year in 2020 after leading the conference and finishing third nationally with 149.17 rushing yards per game. During CU's six-game season, shortened by the COVID-19 pandemic, he rushed for 895 yards and five touchdowns on 156 carries. He added nine catches for 65 yards. - Daily Camera

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  05/06/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  At first glance, it would appear that sophomore Jarek Broussard would be the lead back. After all, he was named Pac-12 offensive player of the year last season after finishing third nationally in rushing yards per game (149.2). Broussard rushed for 895 yards during CU's six-game schedule. That averages to 1,790 for a regular 12-game season - a mark that only one player in CU history has topped: Rashaan Salaam with 2,055 during his Heisman Trophy-winning season of 1994.

Dorrell is a big believer, however, that what happened in 2020 has nothing to do with 2021. "It's gonna be a challenge for Broussard," Dorrell said. "He had a great year last year in stepping up and everybody has the expectations that it's going to be even better this next year. Well, he's got to fend off a lot of people for that to happen, and there's a really good stable that's competing for it. It's not going to be easy is my point, and it's a new year." Junior Alex Fontenot, the Buffs' leading rusher in 2019, had a strong spring after missing 2020 with a hip injury. - Daily Camera


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  04/03/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  After Colorado's Jarek Broussard was caught from behind on a trio of long runs at Arizona on Dec. 5, his coaches joked that if he wasn't wearing a knee brace, he would have scored. "I think we made enough jokes about it that ever since we started the offseason, he hasn't worn it," CU head coach Karl Dorrell said Wednesday after the Buffaloes completed their second practice of spring. "He got rid of the Linus blanket." Broussard recovered from two torn ACLs in his left knee to bust loose last season. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound running back finished third in the country in rushing (149.17 yards per game) was named Pac-12 offensive player of the year.

Wearing the brace provided some comfort last season, but ditching it this spring is another step in his progression. "Personally, looking at film from last year, I've noticed that the brace kind of restricted me to a lot of things," he said. "This spring, I'm going without the brace to try to see how it's different and honestly, I feel a lot better, I feel a lot faster, I feel more elusive. Right now it's going good." Two practices into spring, the Buffs haven't been in pads, but Dorrell said Broussard "looks fabulous. He looks faster, which is what we all anticipated he would be without a brace." - Daily Camera


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  01/03/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  2020 MAYO CLINIC NATIONAL COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR WINNER: Jarek Broussard, Colorado,...Also named the Pac-12 Conference's Offensive Player of the Year (by both the AP and the league coaches), he finished the regular season as the NCAA's second-leading rusher, averaging 162.6 yards per game; three-fourths of the way through the bowls, he's still third, with a 149.2 per game norm (895 yards in six games) after gaining 82 yards in the Alamo Bowl against Texas. He became just the fourth player in the NCAA since 1996 to open a career with four consecutive 100-yard rushing games, with Oklahoma's Adrian Peterson the last to do so in 2004. - Colorado Football

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  01/02/21 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: RB Jarek Broussard, So., Colorado,...Broussard led the Pac-12 in rushing during the regular season, averaging 162.6 yards per game, with his 175.6 average for all-purpose yards also a league best. Only the fourth player to gain 100 or more yards in his first four career games in the NCAA Division I-A/FBS since 1996, he is the first Buffalo running back to earn first-team all-conference honors since Brown in 2002 (Big 12). He is one of 14 finalists for the Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year Award, as he missed the last two full seasons after undergoing two ACL surgeries on the same knee. - Colorado Football

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  12/29/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  2020 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jarek Broussard, Colorado,...Broussard led the Buffs offense by rushing for 813 total yards on 129 attempts through Colorado's five games and was named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, presented by Nextiva, three times in 2020, the most of any player over the seven-game season. He is the first Colorado player (offensive or defensive) to earn a Pac-12 player of the year honor. - Pac-12 Football

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  12/09/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Going into fall camp, Jarek Broussard wasn't expected to even start for the Colorado Buffaloes. Four games into the season, the sophomore running back continues rewriting the record book. On Saturday night in a 24-13 win at Arizona, Broussard rushed for 301 yards on 25 carries. He didn't get in the end zone, but his big runs led to 17 points for the Buffs (4-0, 3-0 Pac-12). "I don't really trip on stuff like that," he said of not scoring, "because my job is really just to help the team win. If I have to go for 300 and no (touchdowns) and we win, I'm cool with it." Broussard posted just the fourth 300-yard game in CU history, and the first since Chris Brown had 309 at Kansas on Oct. 12, 2002.

"I am very proud of myself, I must say," said Broussard, who has battled back from two ACL injuries. "All of the hard work and all the hours of rehab, the cold nights in the hospital, it's all just paying off and it just feels real good." Broussard is the first player in CU history to rush for over 100 yards in the first four games of the season. His 733 yards are the most ever for a CU player through four games - topping the 727 by Rashaan Salaam during his Heisman Trophy-winning season in 1994. Ironically, Broussard's performance came on the four-year anniversary of Salaam's death. "It was really huge to do that," Broussard said. "Every day we walk in the Champions Center and walk past that trophy. It means a lot to be in that type of company with that sort of player." - Daily Camera


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  12/07/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  DEC 7 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jarek Broussard, So., RB, Colorado,...In Colorado's 24-13 win at Arizona, he rushed 25 times for 301 yards (0 TD) and six first downs...The performance was the fourth 300-yard rushing game in Colorado history (last: TB Chris Brown at Kansas, Oct. 12, 2002 (25-309); also the 26th 200-yard game in Colorado history (last: TB Phillip Lindsay vs. Arizona in Boulder on Oct. 7, 2017 (41-281)...His 75-yard run tied for the 24th longest run in school history and tied for the longest since Tony Jones had an 84-yard TD run at Washington State on Sept. 21, 2012 (Travon McMillian had two 75-yard runs in 2018 and Phillip Lindsay one in 2016)...His 155 yards in the second quarter (on eight carries) is a CU record for rushing yards in a quarter, breaking the old mark of 131 (on nine carries) by HB Eric Bieniemy in the fourth quarter against Oregon State in Boulder on Sept. 24, 1988. It is also a school record for all-purpose yards in a quarter, topping WR Laviska Shenault's 139 on three receptions against Colorado State in Denver on August 31, 2018...His 184 rushing yards in the first half is the second-most for a half, behind 206 by TB Charlie Davis against Oklahoma State in Boulder on Nov. 13, 1971...He topped the 176 TB Rashaan Salaam had in the first half at Texas on Oct. 1, 1994...Set the school record for most 50+ yard rushes in a game with three (75, 72, 59); several had two...He is the first player to rush for 100-plus yards in his first four CU career games (TB Charlie Davis was the only other one to do it in the first three in 1971)...He is the second player to rush for 700 yards in his first four games, the third for 600 or more and the sixth for 500-plus...He is now just the fourth player since 1996 in the FBS to rush for 100-plus yards in his first four career games...Also nominated: Michael Wiley, RB, Arizona; Nikko Remigio, WR, California; Austin Jones, RB, Stanford; Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC; Ty Jordan, RB, Utah. - Pac-12 Football

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  12/07/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Colorado's Jarek Broussard ran 25 times for 301 yards in a 24-13 win over Arizona, the most for the Buffaloes since Chris Brown went for 309 yards on the same number of carries against Kansas in 2002. His 155 yards on eight carries in the second quarter set the CU record for rushing yards in a quarter, breaking the mark of 131 by Eric Bieniemy in 1988. His 184 rushing yards in the first half was the most since Charlie Davis went for 206 against Oklahoma State in 1971. Broussard also became the first Colorado player to run for 100 yards in his first four career games. His 183.3 yards per game ranks second nationally behind Jaret Patterson's 230-yard average for Buffalo. - AP College Football

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  12/05/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Jarek Broussard ran for a career-high 301 yards, Ashaad Clayton ran for two touchdowns and the Colorado Buffaloes stayed undefeated with a 24-13 win over Arizona on Saturday night. Broussard has run for at least 100 yards in all four games this season and broke loose with long runs on two separate drives in the second quarter that set up touchdowns. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound sophomore repeatedly sliced through the middle of Arizona's defense without much resistance - reeling off runs of 75, 72 and 59 yards - and the Buffaloes piled up 407 yards on the ground. Colorado (4-0, 3-0 Pac-12) is one of just two remaining undefeated teams in the Pac-12, along with USC. Arizona (0-4, 0-4) has lost 11 straight games dating back to last season.

Arizona freshman quarterback Will Plummer made his first career start, filling in for the injured Grant Gunnell. He had some good moments, finishing 19 of 32 passing for 154 yards, but threw a costly interception at the 1-yard line on a drive that could have tied the game in the third quarter. The Wildcats stayed in the game thanks to a stellar ground game. Michael Wiley ran for 126 yards and Gary Brightwell added 113. Arizona had a chance to tie the game in the fourth quarter but Colorado made a goal-line stand with six minutes left that kept the Wildcats out of the end zone. Colorado rallied for a 14-13 halftime lead after falling into a 13-0 hole by early in the second quarter. - Colorado/AP College Football


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  11/09/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  NOV 9 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jarek Broussard, So., TB, Colorado (Dallas, Texas),...Broussard's 187 rushing yards in Colorado's 48-42 over UCLA are the most ever by a Buff in their collegiate debut and the most by a Pac-12 player in their debut since 2011...Became the 19th player (since 1956) to gain 100-or-more yards in a first start at tailback, gaining the third-most in the process...His three rushing touchdowns tied a Colorado record for most touchdowns in a running back's debut. Also nominated: Tyler Shough, QB, Oregon; Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State; Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA; Kedon Slovis, QB, USC; Travell Harris, WR, Washington State. - Pac-12 Football

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  11/09/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Jarek Broussard had the most rushing yards by a player in his first game for Colorado, going for 187 yards and three touchdowns in a 48-42 win over UCLA. The freshman tailback had the third-best rushing day by a player making his starting debut. Mike Pritchard in 1990 and Billy Waddy in 1973 each had over 200 yards in their first starts. - AP College Football

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  11/07/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Tailback Jarek Broussard scored three times in his first start, Colorado's defense produced two big fourth-down stops in the final quarter and the Buffaloes opened the Karl Dorrell Era by holding off UCLA 48-42 on Saturday night. It was far from easy even after amassing an early 28-point lead. UCLA cut the deficit to 48-42 with 1:45 remaining on a 9-yard TD catch by Mike Martinez. But the onside kick was recovered by Colorado's Dimitri Stanley and the Buffaloes (1-0) ran out the clock. Broussard finished with 187 yards rushing as the Buffaloes won their fifth straight season opener. The game was played in front of 554 fans made up of family and friends due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The Buffaloes built a 28-point lead late in the first half on mistake-prone UCLA (0-1), which turned the ball over four times before halftime that Colorado cashed into 21 points. But the Bruins shook off the rocky start and scored 21 straight to turn what looked to be a rout into a back-and-forth encounter. There were no punts in the second half, but there were two blocked field goals by UCLA and Colorado made a pair of fourth-down stops. The crucial one was stuffing UCLA on fourth-and-1 at the Colorado 30 with 13:13 remaining and leading 45-35. Sam Noyer, a graduate senior all set to leave before being re-recruited by the new coaching staff, efficiently ran the offense. He threw for 257 yards and a score. He also ran for another. - AP College Football


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  11/06/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Sophomore tailback Jarek Broussard was routinely praised by Colorado coaches and players during the past few weeks as the Buffaloes went through preseason camp. It appears Broussard was impressive enough to earn his first career start. On Monday, the Buffs released their depth chart for Saturday's opener against UCLA (5 p.m., TV: ESPN2), and it included Broussard as the No.1 tailback. Last year's leading rusher, junior Alex Fontenot, is on the injury list with an undisclosed injury, and Broussard appears to have earned the right to take the first snaps against the Bruins.

Now in his third year with the Buffs, Broussard has yet to play a game at CU, as he redshirted in 2018 and missed the 2019 season with a knee injury. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound sophomore from Dallas flashed skills in practice, however, that reminded running backs coach Darian Hagan of former CU star Rodney Stewart - the third-leading rusher in program history. "Broussard has come a long way," Hagan said last week. "He's playing with a lot of confidence. He knows exactly what he's doing. And he brings a different element to the game. He's a real jitterbug. He's a guy that he can take it to the house, he can make guys miss in the open field. That's the guy that we've been missing. We've been missing a back like that." - Daily Camera


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  10/18/20 - RB Jarek BroussardrSo/2024, Colorado, 5-09, 185 (DS#45 RB) + More +

  Alex Fontenot and Jaren Mangham are both back after combining for more than 1,300 yards a year ago. Then, there's Ashaad Clayton, a four-star recruit who will look to steal playing time in the backfield. During the first scrimmage of the preseason, however, the Colorado running back that stole the spotlight was Jarek Broussard. CU's scrimmage at Folsom Field on Saturday was closed to media and fans, but head coach Karl Dorrell said Broussard, a redshirt sophomore who spent the 2019 season rehabilitating a knee injury, was impressive and got into the end zone a couple of times.

"I felt he ran and stuck his feet in the ground, making cuts that you wouldn't do if you are questioning whether you're back healthy or not," Dorrell said. "I felt Jarek did a nice job today. He made a couple of really nice runs. It was good to see that. His confidence is going to be huge from what he did today." A 5-foot-9, 185-pounder from Dallas, Broussard was listed fourth on the preseason pencil depth chart, which didn't include Clayton, the highest-rated member of CU's 2020 recruiting class. Fontenot (874 yards, five touchdowns in 2019) and Mangham (441 yards, three TDs) lead the way, while Clayton figures to get into the mix at some point. Sophomore Joe Davis is fighting for playing time, too. - Daily Camera


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