Sep 10, 2013 7:04 PM by Jordan Mason
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Colorado Buffaloes junior wideout Paul Richardson leads the nation in yards receiving as he returns from a torn left ACL.
Richardson actually believes he's even speedier since his return from an injury that kept him sidelined all last season.
Hard to argue since Richardson has turned in back-to-back 200-yard performances to help a downtrodden Buffaloes program reel off two straight wins, doubling their total from a year ago.
His 21 catches and 417 yards are gaudy numbers sure to earn him more attention on the field, beginning Saturday when the Buffaloes host Fresno State.
The electric Richardson insisted he's ready for the extra coverage, maintaining he's better prepared - and definitely quicker - than he was before his injury.
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