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  09/03/21 - QB Brendon LewisrFr/2025, Colorado, 6-2, 215 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  The Colorado Buffaloes foiled the state's first family of football. Freshman quarterback Brendon Lewis and the rest of the Buffs rumbled past Northern Colorado 35-7 Friday night, spoiling former NFL wide receiver Ed McCaffrey's college head coaching debut. "I was excited to coach," said McCaffrey, who coached at powerhouse Valor Christian High School from 2018-19 before he was hired at UNC 20 months ago. "Again, the results certainly weren't what we were hoping for. But I'd rather play football and lose than not play football." McCaffrey, whose Bears (0-1) sat out 2020 because of the pandemic, had one son - Max - with him on the sideline serving as his offensive coordinator and another - Dylan, a transfer from Michigan - at quarterback. It was the Bears' defensive wrinkles that befuddled the Buffs early on before Colorado deciphered the schemes and turned a 14-0 halftime lead into a runaway. "I do take my hat off to Coach McCaffrey and that team that he's coaching," Colorado coach Karl Dorrell said. "For him not to have a season-and a-half and for them to play the way they did, I thought they fought really, really hard." In his first start, Lewis completed 10 of 15 passes for 102 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass to sliding freshman Montana Lemorious-Craig, and ran eight times for 44 yards. - Colorado/AP College Football

(DS#41 QB) rFr/2025 QB Brendon LewisColorado
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  05/13/21 - QB Brendon LewisrFr/2025, Colorado, 6-2, 215 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  Colorado's offense is loaded with potential weapons for next season, and Brendon Lewis is doing what he can to be the guy getting the ball in their hands. After a strong spring, the freshman quarterback said he's eager to take his game up another notch this summer. "I'm going to continue to work on my accuracy and I'm going to continue to get bigger, faster and stronger because I know that will benefit my game greatly," Lewis said after the Buffs' spring showcase on April 30. "Mainly my accuracy, footwork, lower body. I'm going to just keep in the offense every day so when we come back like I said, it's time to work, it's time to win some games."

After graduating early from Melissa (Texas) High School and enrolling at CU in January of 2020, Lewis didn't get the benefit of spring practices because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, the season got pushed back and shortened, leaving the Buffs with minimal time to get ready for the season. Because he was behind the others, Lewis was never really in the competition to start, as senior Sam Noyer beat out junior Tyler Lytle. When Lytle decided after the regular-season finale to transfer, Lewis was elevated to No. 2 for the Alamo Bowl. - Daily Camera


(DS#41 QB) rFr/2025 QB Brendon LewisColorado
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  04/17/21 - QB Brendon LewisrFr/2025, Colorado, 6-2, 215 (DS#41 QB) + More +

  More than three months after playing in the Valero Alamo Bowl, the Colorado freshman is still riding off the confidence gained from that night. With senior Sam Noyer out because of offseason shoulder surgery, Lewis has spent this spring running with the first-team offense as he competes to be the starting quarterback in the fall. "Brendon Lewis is so much further ahead at this point," CU quarterbacks coach Danny Langsdorf said Wednesday. "I think a lot more confidence; he had a little game experience." A 6-foot-2, 225-pound freshman from Melissa, Texas, Lewis was the third-string quarterback during the Buffs' abbreviated 2020 season.

After the five-game regular season, however, backup Tyler Lytle entered the transfer portal - and eventually transferred to Massachusetts - and Lewis was elevated to second string for the Alamo Bowl. Although the Buffs lost to Texas, 55-23, in that game on Dec. 29 in San Antonio, Lewis came off the bench to lead them to three touchdowns. "Going in (to the season), it was definitely hard coming in and getting adjusted to everything," Lewis said. "I just had to get adjusted to the speed of the game, and I think that whole half-season that we had really helped me, like going through practice, learning from coach Langsdorf and (head coach Karl) Dorrell, (offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini). Then, when I got in that game, I felt like I was ready." - Daily Camera


(DS#41 QB) rFr/2025 QB Brendon LewisColorado
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