Over the weekend, a scare traveled through those who follow the CU Buffs football program. The Michigan State Spartans were interested in making Tucker their newest head coach.
Mel Tucker closed out his second recruiting class at Colorado with three more standout players.
Nixon joins Laviska Shenault Jr. in declaring early for April's draft.
Colorado falls in their final game of the year to Utah 45-15. No bowl game for the Buffs and likely a one-spot jump in the rankings for Utah with Alabama losing to Auburn.
All season long for every defensive three-and-out or fourth-down defensive stop the Buffaloes record, Burnham Law has been helping the community.
The final regular season game of the year has arrived for Mel Tucker and the Colorado Buffaloes. The Buffs play No. 6 Utah Saturday, a physical, ground-and-pound team hoping to find their way into the college football playoff. Can CU play spoiler?
Colorado is a 14 point home underdog. But anything can happen in Pac-12 after dark football. Especially at Folsom Field.
Colorado shakes five-game losing streak to beat Stanford at home. A last second kick by Evan Price gave the Buffs the win after an impressive defensive performance. The Buffaloes head into the bye week with a win.
Colorado tries to win their first game in the last six tries Saturday as Stanford comes to Folsom Field. In midweek press availability, emphasis was on returning to the teams roots with takeaways and big plays.
Colorado lost for the fifth straight game and the issues on offense were very uncharacteristic of a team that entered the year with high expectations. UCLA showed poise on both sides of the ball to win their third straight.
Colorado needs a win after 4 losses in a row and travels to UCLA Saturday. The Bruins have had a rollercoaster of a season, as have the Buffs, so this Pac-12 after dark contest will certainly have some suspense and excitement.
Colorado was unable to outlast USC for their first win over the Trojans in program history. Offense and defense both showed improvement from recent weeks and there is hope on the horizon despite the heartbreak of Friday night.
Colorado returns home after back to back road losses to face USC, a team looking for their first road win. Will the defense be able to slow down the talented Trojan receivers and freshman quarterback and will the offense find their way back into the end zone multiple times in a game? Pac-12 after dark holds the answers.