University of Colorado's prized running back Darrell Scott says he likes the look of his future team as the college football season sets to begin in a few months.
Scott was greeted by autograph-seeking fans and spectators all afternoon during the Buffaloes' spring game Saturday. The Black squad defeated the Gold squad 28-17.
The attention surprised Scott and he says he wasn't able to see the whole game because of it.
But he says what was able to see, he liked.
Scott was rated the top high school tailback in the country. He picked the Buffaloes over Big 12 rival Texas on national signing day. He rushed for 2,433 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior in leading St. Bonaventure in Ventura, Calif., to a state championship.
Scott says he'll arrive in Boulder on June 14 to begin working out with the team and that he's anxious for the season to start. The Buffaloes play their first game Aug. 30 against the Colorado State Rams.
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