Darrin Chiaverini opens up about CU Buffs offense

The University of Colorado Buffaloes are set to kick off the 2020 football season in just a few days, and offensive coordinator Darrin Chiaverini spoke with members of the media to give an inside peek of what to expect from the offense this season.

Mile High Sports radio host Alex Ramirez had the opportunity to ask coach Chiaverini a couple of questions, including his thoughts on being the playcaller for the Buffs offense.

Chiaverini also addressed how the team plans to split reps between quarterbacks Sam Noyer and Tyler Lytle.

“They’re both veteran guys that are inexperienced,” Chiaverini said. “Sam (Noyer) has been around for a long time, hasn’t played much football. Tyler (Lytle) has been around a long time, hasn’t played much football. Sam got the nod to be the starter, and he’s going to get the first opportunity to go out there and move the offense.”

“I told both the quarterbacks: ‘Listen, fellas, at the end of the day this is a seven-game season. We’re going to get a really good, honest evaluation of both of you, and the quarterback that is the most efficient at moving the ball and putting points on the board is going to be our quarterback going forward.’ I feel comfortable with both of them. I am excited about both of them. It should be fun to watch these guys. They’ve worked hard, and I am proud of them.”

Ramirez is entering his seventh season covering the Buffs for Mile High Sports radio, so be sure to tune into The Final Word every Sunday to stay up with the latest Buffs football news and information.

Catch The Final Word with Rico and Ramirez every Sunday from 10a-1p on Mile High Sports Radio FM 104.7 | AM 1340 or stream live any time for the best local coverage of Colorado sports from Denver’s biggest sports talk lineup. Rico and Ramirez are the longest-running sports radio duo in the Denver market.

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