Thursday, September 20, 2018
The hometown team vs. the hometown kid

McCaffrey on at least one analyst’s Heisman radar

Stanford running back and former Valor Christian standout Christian McCaffrey is a dark horse candidate for the Heisman Trophy according to a leading analyst
Frozen Four

A rivalry continued: The DU Pioneers face off against the UND Fighting Hawks in...

The DU Pioneers hockey team looks to match their lacrosse brethren and bring another National Championship back to Denver as they enter the Frozen Four

Colorado State comes back, scores 21 after half to beat Utah State

Inconsistency is the name of the game for CSU Rams football, but they put together enough on both sides of the ball to come back, win their first MW game.

Offensive outburst not enough as Rams drop heartbreaker to Air Force

The Colorado State Rams fell to 5-5 (3-3 Mountain West) on the season with a heartbreaking 49-46 loss to the Air Force Falcons in Colorado Springs.

UNC football has high hopes, long odds this year

After being picked to finish last in the Big Sky by both the coaches and the media, Northern Colorado has plenty to prove on the gridiron in 2015

Tweetcap: CU-Oregon game had it all (except a Buffs win)

Lots of touchdowns, a trick play, a weather delay and players stuck in an elevator ... CU-Oregon had just about everything except a Buffs win

Sefo Liufau makes history after being named a Buffs captain again

Senior quarterback Sefo Liufau became just the second player in University of Colorado history to be named a team captain for a third year.
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MORNING MINUTE: College football is closing in on the NFL

Nate Lundy and Shawn Drotar of 5280 Sports Network discuss whether college football is beginning to put a better product on the field than the NFL.
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Denver doubles up Colorado College 2-1 at Magness Arena

The No. 2 DU Pioneers extended their winning streak versus in-state rivals Colorado College to 11 games on Friday night.

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.