by Travis Normand
Jordan Webb, Colorado’s starting quarterback, has a pretty interesting bio page over at CUBuffs.com (Colorado’s official athletics website). However, it doesn’t tell us anything we didn’t already know.
Webb played quarterback at Kansas in 2010 and ’11 before transferring to Colorado. It is for this reason that most college football fans are relatively familiar with what he has done before now.
If you read his 2010 accomplishments (third paragraph in photo above), you will notice that the info is rather mundane and not very informative. It reads:
“He started seven games and played in nine overall, missing games eight through 10 after being injured against Texas A&M (which included the Colorado game where KU rallied with the aid of terrible Big 12 officiating for a 52-45 win).“
Come on Colorado, tell us something we don’t already know. We have all seen Big 12 officials try to do their job but I thought this was common knowledge?