Wednesday, November 14, 2018

TAG TEAM: Lucas Siewert and Dallas Walton

Dallas and Lucas talk about playing with a chip on their shoulders, stepping up for Tory, superheroes and get their thoughts on the holiday season.

The Night Before (Denver sports fans’) Christmas

2017 was not Denver's best year in sports, but we'll honor the heroes of Denver sports with this take on the classic Christmas poem.

Buffs up to the challenge; upset No. 14 Arizona, 80-77

The victory marks the first time in program history that the Buffs have had back-to-back wins over Top 15 teams, and the first time since January of 2011 that they won two consecutive games against ranked opponents.

With court in session, a new judge of character for CU basketball

Early returns on the CU men’s basketball team make one thing abundantly clear -- they have entered a distinct new era of coach Tad Boyle’s tenure.

Win or lose, Derrick White delivers for one special fan

Twelve-year-old Hayden Woelk has been a great friend to CU guard Derrick White through all the ups and downs of college basketball.

PRACTICE REPORT: Montez talks ‘Blackout Boyz’ and Phil Lindsay

Colorado Buffaloes (5-5, 2-5) redshirt-sophomore quarterback Steven Montez addressed the media after practice on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017.

CU’s road to the Rose Bowl is real

Everyone in Boulder was right. The rise is real. The Colorado Buffaloes are good. Good enough to be playing in Pasadena in January.

ON THE FIELD: Utes wallop Buffs, 34-13; 2017 Season Recap

In a battle for bowl eligibility, CU was run off the field in the first half as the Utes took a 28-0 lead into the locker room and never looked back.

Former Buffaloes star Bieniemy named Chiefs’ offensive coordinator

Former Colorado Buffaloes star Eric Bieniemy has been promoted from running backs coach to offensive coordinator in Kansas City.

Net Gain: CU’s Serbian sensation Lazar Nikolic

Tad Boyle’s Buffs should greatly benefit from 6-foot-7 freshman guard Lazar Nikolic – and vice versa.