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Colorado's Nelson Spruce, Chidobe Awuzie named 2nd-team All Pac-12

BOULDER — Postseason honors are apt to be slim for a Colorado team that finished 4-9, but senior wide receiver Nelson Spruce and junior defensive back Chidobe Awuzie were named All Pac-12

Colorado Basketball having fun again behind their ‘goofy’ leader

  With all the money that’s exchanged, the massive expectations placed on players and the open forum for criticism that is social media, we often lose sight of what playing sports it all about – having fun. It’s why you picked up that basketball when you were a kid, it’s why you looked forward to practice, it’s really the root of why we all love sports. And just the way...
Via BSN Denver
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

CU football: Buffs buy in to Leavitt's defense

For the first time in years, the Colorado Buffaloes go into the offseason feeling relatively good about their defense.

CU men's basketball: Josh Scott setting torrid pace for Buffs

Iowa State had hardly finished its on-court, postgame celebration when Colorado senior Josh Scott first expressed lament about his substandard shooting performance that limited the Buffaloes in their season opener.

Twi-lights: CU Buffs beat in-state foe Northern Colorado

  The Colorado Buffaloes continued their tour of playing Colorado schools with another win. The now 5-1 Buffs beat Northern Colorado 82-52. Coach Tad Boyle’s former school really didn’t stand a chance in the game, and the rout was on early. Here are BSN Denver’s tweets of the game. Buffs Sunday afternoon tip in a quarter of an hour. — Jake Shapiro...
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WATCH: Tad Boyle addresses media following CU Buffs win over Northern Colorado

  Tad Boyle talks to the fine folks in the media after the Colorado Buffaloes team’s 82-52 win.
Via BSN Denver
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Kiszla: Sorry, Colorado Buffaloes: You're "just not good enough"

In the aftermath of another lost season, the sky spit snow at the Buffaloes, but only flakes with a death wish swirled anywhere close to athletic director Rick George. He was hot.

Decade of decay for Colorado Buffaloes

Athletic director Rick George staunchly defends the performance of football coach Mike MacIntyre, saying the Colorado Buffaloes are making measurable improvement though the won-lost record doesn't necessarily show it.

Josh Scott completes his sweep against Air Force

When your father played football for Air Force Academy and your mother was also a former basketball player for Air Force Academy, it’s only right that you follow in their footsteps right? Wrong. You decide to stick it to them every chance you get. And that’s just what Josh Scott did. Four times now. Before Colorado Buffaloes got set to face off against Air Force for Scott...
Via Mile High Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Pursuing Les Miles would come with several hazards

The reported impending ouster of Les Miles as the head coach of Louisiana State has some backers of the Colorado Buffaloes football team wondering if there’s not a chance to bring the coach, who served from 1982 to ’86 under Bill McCartney, back to Boulder. Even some of the prominent figures from the Buffs championship era have come out to say that Miles could reinvigorate recruiting...
Via Mile High Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado’s Tory Miller ‘reprimanded’ for biting opponent

Earlier this week, Colorado Buffaloes sophomore forward Tory Miller was ejected after biting Hayden Graham of the Air Force. Since that unfortunate moment, fans and media members were waiting to see what punishment, if any, would be coming Miller’s way. On Saturday we got our answer. According to a statement from the Pac-12, Miller has been “appropriately reprimanded,” though...
Via Campus Sports Net
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Utah Utes vs. Colorado Buffaloes: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

The No. 23 Utah Utes will host the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday. Utah (8-3) once looked like a national championship team but now with consecutive losses are barely hanging inside the top-25 while Colorado (4-8) has lost their last four entering this one. PAC12 Network has coverage of this game from Rice-Eccles Stadium beginning at 2:30 pm ET. The Odds: Utah is a 17 point favorite...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado's Tory Miller ejected for biting Air Force player (Video)

Colorado Buffaloes sophomore forward Tory Miller was ejected from Wednesday night's game against Air Force for biting the shoulder of Falcons forward Hayden Graham. Miller and Graham were fighting for possession of the ball on the floor when Miller lost his head and resorted to the shameful schoolyard tactics: Come on, Miller. There's no biting in basketball. You can't do that...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Colorado’s Tory Miller bites Air Force player

The Colorado Buffaloes faced off against the Air Force Falcons on Wednesday evening, but the game took a turn for the worse. Tory Miller, a sophomore forward for the Buffaloes, was ejected during the game for biting an opposing player. After diving on the floor for a loose ball, Miller was seen biting the Air Force player battling for the ball with him and was immediately ejected...
Via Campus Sports Net
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Tory Miller bites Air Force player during game (Video)

Colorado Buffaloes forward Tory Miller was ejected from Wednesday’s game against Air Force after pulling a Luis Suarez. Miller was on the ground fighting for possession with Hayden Graham and ended up biting his opponent in the shoulder: This was actually Miller’s first start of the season, so it wasn’t exactly a good showing. He scored two points and grabbed three rebounds...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Federal fugitive arrested at the home of Colorado football players

A federal fugitive was arrested at the home of Colorado football players Ron Chenoy USA TodayOn Tuesday, 24-year-old Donte Faison, the subject of a manhunt led by the U.S. Marshals Service, was arrested following a long standoff that took place at the residence of a current, unnamed member of the Colorado Buffaloes football team. Faison was wanted in connection to a shooting in...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Fugitive arrested at home of Colorado players

In one of the weird stories you’ll read this season, a fugitive wanted by the federal government was arrested on Tuesday at the home of Colorado Buffaloes football players. Donte Faison, 24, had been the subject of a U.S. Marshals Service manhunt for a shooting in Baltimore where he is facing first-degree attempted murder. Faison was a childhood friend of a Colorado player, and...
Via Campus Sports Net
6 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: CU Buffs Tuesday press conference 11/24/15

  The Colorado Buffaloes weekly press conference was held Tuesday. Coach Mike MacIntyre, quarterbacks Sefo Liufau and Cade Apsay, and defensive lineman Jordan Carrell addressed the media in regards to the team’s final game at Utah, last week’s disappointment in Pullman, and a variety of other topics.
Via BSN Denver
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Twi-lights: CU Buffs sneak by Omaha

The Colorado Buffaloes barely beat the Universty of Nebraska-Omaha at the Coors Events Center Sunday afternoon. The final was 87-82 Buffs in a game that the Omaha Mavericks led for about 20 minutes. Ultimately Colorado got out of trouble led by five double-digit scorers. Here are BSN Denver’s tweets of the game. I think @CUBuffsMBB will surprise some people. Tip on @Pac12Networks...
Via BSN Denver
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Buffs basketball showing positive signs early

The Colorado Buffaloes men’s basketball team plays its first home game of the 2015-16 season on Friday, fresh off one of the most challenging two-game starts in recent memory. The Buffaloes return to Coors Event Center after beginning the season with two games away from the Coors Events Center for the first time since 2003-04. In those two games, Colorado went 1-1, falling in...
Via Mile High Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado QB Sefo Liufau out for the season

Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Sefo Liufau suffered a Lisfranc injury in yesterday’s loss to USC and will undergo surgery that will keep him out for the next six to eight months. As a result, Liufau will not be able to participate in spring practices. For those unaware, a Lisfranc injury or fracture occurs when bones in the middle of the foot are broken and separated from the tarsus...
Via Campus Sports Net
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Nelson Spruce Ties Colorado Career Touchdown Reception Record

Going into Friday night's game against USC, the Colorado Buffaloes needed to win two of their last three in order to become bowl eligible. While they did have a 17-3 lead at one point, Cody Kessler got the Trojan offense together and scored 24 unanswered points to take a 27-17 lead.Colorado would a late touchdown to make it look good, but lost in the end 27-24, but from the loss...
Via FatManWriting
17 days ago  |  Discuss

The University of Colorado needs The Gospel According to Mac

The Gospel According to Mac. If you didn’t know ESPN was releasing a 30-for-30 documentary on former Buffs coach Bill McCartney and his 1990 championship team, I’m not surprised; the University of Colorado tends to fly under the radar, and that’s all the more reason why you need to make sure you take this “gospel” to heart. In the 20 years since Coach Mac retired from...
Via Mile High Sports
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Colorado opens as 3.5 point underdogs against OSU

The last time the Colorado Buffaloes won a conference game was in November of 2013, and this Saturday the Buffs have their best chance of getting their first conference win in almost two years. First reported by The Ralphie Report, Colorado is a 3.5 point underdog in this weekends game against Oregon State in Corvallis. This match up features the Pac 12’s bottom feeders, who are...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 20, 2015  |  Discuss

The Colorado Buffaloes need Nelson Spruce now more than ever

Where has Nelson Spruce gone? Through the first six games of the year last season, you could have made the argument that Spruce was the most unstoppable receiver in the nation, and by nearly every measurement, he was. With 62 receptions for 732 yards and 10 touchdowns, Spruce was amongst some of the most elite company of all time. It was the type of production Jim Irsay would...
Via Mile High Sports
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

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