Thursday, March 30, 2017

Former Ram Becky Hammon might be heading back to college

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is in contention for the head coaching position for the University of Florida’s women’s basketball team.

Former Avalanche Kevin Shattenkirk has high praise for Denver hockey

Former Avalanche and current Capitals defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk gave Colorado hockey a vote of confidence today, just not the abysmal NHL team.
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Eustachy named NABC District Coach of the Year; Clavell, Omogbo All-District First Team

The all-district teams serve as a nomination list for the NABC's All-American teams, which will be announced during the NCAA's Final Four on April 1-3.

Petra Hyncicova continues the proud legacy of CU Buffs’ ski team

University of Colorado junior Petra Hyncicova has swept the Nordic races in NCAA Skiing.

Dick Vitale discusses busted brackets and who he’s got winning it all

Come on now, nobody could really project what’s happened; it’s been unreal," Vitale told Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on Mile High Sports Radio.

Colorado State’s on-campus stadium is first class all the way

After touring CSU's on-campus football stadium, which is three months from completion, it's clear the facilities are "first class."

Steven Montez “knocking on the door” to becoming an elite Pac-12 QB

Pac-12 Network's Yogi Roth says he saw enough from Montez to think the El Paso, Texas native could become an elite quarterback in the Pac-12 Conference.

Gov. Hickenlooper signs bill allowing universities to offer more multiyear deals

With a simple stroke of the pen, Colorado Governor made life a little easier for Colorado's universities on Monday, signing Senate bill 17-041 into law.

Mike Bobo provides updates on Hill, Kinsey and other key Rams injuries

On Monday, Mike Bobo addressed the media before CSU spring ball kicks off this week. He updated key players' injury statuses moving forward.

CSU ends its season with loss to CSU Bakersfield in NIT Second Round

Colorado State couldn’t slow down Cal State Bakersfield’s hot first half and fell to the visitors, 81-63, in the second round of the NIT.