Authors: By ARNIE STAPLETON
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- University of Colorado senior wide receiver Toney Clemons expects to get plenty of attention at Ohio State on Saturday, and not just from the Buckeyes' defensive backs.
The packed house at the Horseshoe will surely jeer him all afternoon, he said.
Clemons played two years at Michigan before moving to Colorado in 2009.
After sitting out a year under NCAA transfer rules, he caught 43 passes for Colorado as a junior. He got off to a slow and rocky start this season but bounced out of coach Jon Embree's doghouse earlier this month and had a breakout game against Colorado State last week.
He acknowledged seconds after that game that he still harbors a hatred for the Buckeyes.