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Jordan Webb | Quarterback

Team: Colorado Buffaloes
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 210

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Colorado QB Jordan Webb and former OL Alex Lewis were arrested on charges of second-degree assault on Saturday.
Lewis, who just released that he will transfer to Nebraska, is also facing two counts of harassment. The assault charge is considered a felony in Colorado and carries a mandatory prison sentence if there’s a conviction. Webb tore his ACL last month but the team was optimistic he could play in 2013. Mon, May 13, 2013 09:05:00 AM
Source: Denver Post

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Colorado coaches are still hoping that QB Jordan Webb could return in time for the 2013 season.

Webb tore his ACL during spring practice, and the recovery is usually around eight to nine months. There's apparently a chance that Webb returns in September. "I think MacIntyre would feel more comfortable with a senior backup as opposed to no experience at all behind Connor Wood," beat writer Kyle Ringo said. "That's assuming Wood wins the job in August."
Source: Buff Zone
Tue, May 7, 2013 01:55:00 PM

Colorado head coach Jon Embree has named Kansas junior transfer Jordan Webb the Buffaloes starting QB.

Webb beat out Texas transfer Connor Wood and sophomore Nick Hirschman for the job. The junior accumulated 3,079 passing yards along with 20 touchdowns and 20 interceptions during his time as a Jayhawk, but left the team soon after Charlie Weis took over as head coach. "I’m not into playing games, sitting around waiting. I think it’s fair to the players and the team that when we knew, we let them know," Colorado head coach Jon Embree said.
Thu, Aug 16, 2012 08:35:00 AM

Former Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb has engaged in discussions with the Colorado coaching staff and could transfer to Boulder.

Upon taking over the Jayhawks, Charlie Weis told Webb that he would not be in the running at QB. Webb, who graduates in May and has two years of eligibility remaining, could be a very good fit for Colorado. Coach Jon Embree has little to work with at the position and the only player that has as much as attempted a pass in college, Nick Hirschman, is missing spring practice due to injury
Fri, Mar 16, 2012 10:07:00 AM

Last year’s starting quarterback, Jordan Webb, is among those that have departed the program since Charlie Weis took over at Kansas.

When Dayne Crist opted to follow his former Notre Dame coach to Kansas, it did not bode well for Webb. Then Jake Heaps, once the nation's top quarterback prospect who was recruited by Weis, left BYU and found his way to Lawrence. As the starting quarterback last season under Turner Gill, Webb threw for 1,884 yards and 13 TDs with 12 INTs. In two seasons with the Jayhawks, he had 3,079 yards passing and 20/20. But new coache's vision for the program did not include Webb, who is still enrolled at KU. Several others have also left the program since Weis arrived.
Thu, Jan 19, 2012 03:50:00 PM

Kansas quarterback Jordan Webb struggles at times, but his marked improvement overall has been noticeable.

What’s most noticeable is that Webb is the nation’s No. 8-rated passer. On the other side of the coin, in the last two games, the sophomore has thrown five picks and fumbled the ball away once. He is also winless in six starts against Big 12 opponents, though he should receive a pass for that due to the Jayhawks’ ineptitude on defense. The bottom line: Webb is developing into a top-flight signal caller.
Fri, Oct 14, 2011 02:06:00 PM