Wednesday, March 20, 2019

COLORADO BUFFALOES

Buffs fall at Arizona in Pac-12 opener

CU handed out 17 turnovers as they opened their conference schedule with a loss on the road in Tucson.

MHS’ Best of 2018: 25 of the year’s most terrific tales

25 of the best stories that Mile High Sports had to offer in 2018.

Mel Tucker believes the Colorado Buffaloes can return to greatness

Mel Tucker praised Athletic Director Rick George and his vision for what Colorado football should be.

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Former Buffs head coach Gary Barnett on new coach Mel Tucker: “Everybody should be...

Former Buffaloes head coach Gary Barnett breaks down the hiring of new head football coach Mel Tucker.
Mel Tucker. Credit: Dale Zanine, USA TODAY Sports.

Report: CU Buffs’ hiring of Mel Tucker complete

Mel Tucker, former Georgia defensive coordinator for three seasons, will be Colorado's new head coach.

Buffaloes hold off Rams late surge, sneak away with 86-80 victory over CSU

The Colorado Buffaloes outlasted the Colorado State Rams 86-80 on Saturday in Boulder to snap CSU’s two-game win streak over its intrastate foe. The...

Mel Tucker expected to be announced as next coach of Colorado football

Mel Tucker has spent the last three seasons as the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at the University of Georgia.
Phillip Lindsay salute. Credit: Jake Roth, USA TODAY Sports.

Poem: Many teams and people to be thankful for in Denver sports

No matter how well the teams are playing, sports fans are lucky in Colorado. Give thanks to them today, too.

CU can’t afford to miss on its next head football coach

If the next coach in Boulder isn't the right fit, the stands at Folsom will continue to look like they did on Saturday - cold and empty.

Colorado fires head football coach Mike MacIntyre

Since starting the season 5-0, Colorado has lost six consecutive games.
Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Buffs hang in through half, fall 30-7 to No. 19 Utah

Colorado fought hard and tied the 19th-best team in the nation at halftime, but Utah proved far too strong in the second half, putting up 20 points after the break to win with ease in the snow.
Nov 10, 2018; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Utes running back Armand Shyne (6) runs with the ball during the second half against the Oregon Ducks at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

3 things to look for on Senior Day

The Colorado Buffaloes started out the season with five consecutive wins and had Pac-12 title aspirations.  Now with a 5-5 record and two games...

Opinion: Mike MacIntyre fails to accept responsibility after Buffs lose again

After starting the year 5-0, the Buffs have now lost five consecutive games.