Thursday, January 17, 2019

Mile High Sports Coach of the Year: John Wristen, CSU-Pueblo

One-year removed from a national championship, John Wristen, CSU-Pueblo, had his team again in the hunt for Division II's biggest prize.
NFL Draft

Rashard Higgins announces via Twitter he will not return to CSU for senior year

Colorado State wide receiver standout Rashard Higgins will not return for his senior year, he announced on Thursday via social media.

Nolan Arenado, Christian McCaffrey among Colorado Sports Hall of Fame 2015 honorees

The Rockies star third baseman and the Heisman Trophy runner-up were two of several Colorado Sports Hall of Fame 2015 honorees named.

DU hockey climbs in national polls after sweep in Omaha

After sweeping the Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks for the first time in nearly three years, the Denver Pioneers are positioning themselves well for a four-game home stand that starts Friday.

Higgins and defense remain questions as CSU prepares for 2016

Head coach Mike Bobo will certainly address the defense as CSU prepares for 2016, while the status of his star wide receiver may still be up in the air for next year.

Mile High Sports College Athlete of the Year: Adrianna Culbert, Colorado State

Adrianna Culbert, Colorado State Rams do-everything volleyball star, leaves Fort Collins with more hardware than just about anyone in program history.

Herb Orvis becomes eighth Buffalo in College Football Hall of Fame

Legendary pass rusher Herb Orvis will join all-time CU greats, including Alfred Williams and Byron "Whizzer" White, in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Colorado Buffaloes land

Colorado Buffaloes land big-time transfer quarterback

With Sefo Liufau entering his final year of eligibility, the Colorado Buffaloes land a big-time transfer for the future
Mike MacIntyre's father

Buffs head coach Mike MacIntyre’s father, George, passes away

After battling multiple sclerosis, head coach Mike MacIntyre's father, George, passes away

Mile High Sports Sportsperson of the Year: Bill Tierney, University of Denver Lacrosse

Bill Tierney just wanted someone to hurl profanity his way. Six years later he's our Sportsperson of the Year.