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Dinwiddie makes his decision for next year

Apr. 24, 2014 // By MHS Staff

The University of Colorado Buffaloes will be without their backcourt creator and scorer as Spencer Dinwiddie has declared for the NBA Draft.

Buffs and Boyle continue to bring in talent

Apr. 23, 2014 // By Nathan Roth

The Colorado Buffaloes basketball program continues to reload and not rebuild with the most recent crop of recruits heading to Boulder this fall.

Area college football teams continue giving

Apr. 17, 2014 // By MHS Staff

College football is in full gear around the nation with spring practices and scrimmages. Meanwhile, the teams are also active giving back to their communities.

College football deserves better in Colorado

Apr. 16, 2014 // By Mark Knudson

Colorado used to be “football country” but now seems to solely support the professional team in Denver. This is a trend that must change.

CU preps for Saturday’s Spring Game

Apr. 11, 2014 // By MHS Staff

The CU Buffs football program has hope for the 2014 season. The action on the field kicks off with their annual spring game this Saturday in Boulder.

Twitter Tuesday: Coach hate in women’s hoops

Apr. 08, 2014 // By Cub Buenning

The world of sports has always been filled with drama. At the top of the world of women’s college basketball, it’s evolved to almost hatred.

Should Spencer Dinwiddie jump now?

Apr. 07, 2014 // By Cub Buenning

The topic of whether CU’s Spencer Dinwiddie should declare for the 2014 NBA Draft is a choice he will ultimately make. If the reports are true, he should leave.

Rocky Mountain Showdown at night?

Apr. 03, 2014 // By Rich Kurtzman

The Rocky Mountain Showdown has seen its start time moved from night to morning to afternoon. Another change is coming this fall.

CSU’s new guy already in a haze

Apr. 03, 2014 // By MHS Staff

Chane Behanan is transferring from Louisville to CSU. This week he was arrested in Kentucky for something that will not be illegal in his new home.

Metro State’s Jefferson DII’s best

Apr. 02, 2014 // By MHS Staff

The Metro State Roadrunners basketball season ended prematurely in the D-II Final Four. That hasn’t kept Brandon Jefferson from winning every award.

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