(Josh Shettler/CU Independent illustration)
(Josh Shettler/CU Independent illustration)

Destined Buff- The T.C. McCartney Story

Although he never played football for Colorado, few people have as much Buff blood running through them as T.C. McCartney. The son of former CU quarterback Sal Aunese made his way back to Boulder this past season to join the sidelines at Folsom as a Graduate Assistant coach under Jon Embree.  With the hiring of Mike MacIntyre all assistant coaching jobs are up in air, but one thing is for certain; T.C’s story will always begin with CU.

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About Isa Jones

This is Isa's third year at CUI. She has served as a news reporter, entertainment reporter and Breaking News Editor. She is a senior news-editorial and English major. She has a fear of contracting scurvy and being trapped in walk-in freezers, but that rarely interferes with her reporting. Isa enjoys morning runs, whiskey sours, baseball and avoiding homework at all costs. Her goal is to be able to write and travel frequently and never work somewhere involving cubicles, synergy meetings or the phrase "9 to 5." (@theisajones)

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  1. So still no word if this kid gets to stay? He is a grad asst! There is no reason to get rid of him. Of course, I think they could have kept Brian Cabral also.

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