Travis Jay of Colorado is almost 'totally healthy' and into his break.

Travis Jay, a cornerback for the Buffs, is anticipating the season's final five games as he makes progress toward returning to full health in the second half. 

After an unexplained injury, Colorado's defensive back feels close to 100 percent for the first time in more than a year. He might play a bigger role for the Buffs on the field in the future.

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In the lopsided loss to Oregon, the Florida State transfer registered a tackle. 

Aside from that, he has been attempting to rehabilitate and return to being "fully healthy."

Jay stated to Well Off Media that he is roughly "90 percent" through the bye week.

This is fantastic news for the secondary of the Buffs as the season nears its conclusion.

It will ease some of the pressure off Omarion Cooper, who has occupied the right cornerback position since the season's beginning. 

We'll have to wait and watch how Colorado's defense, which ranks almost bottom in the Pac-12 for points allowed, fares moving forward.

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