Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Mile High Sports 2017 College Athlete of the Year: Will Butcher

Butcher becomes only the third Colorado athlete to ever earn back-to-back honors with Mile High Sports, joining Abby Waner and Missy Franklin.
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The Buffaloes need to avoid a trap game against Arizona

The Buffaloes have two huge games against ranked opponents to close out the season. But first, they have Arizona. They can't take them lightly

Brandon McManus congratulates Becca Longo, Adams State’s new kicker

"Congrats Becca Longo on becoming the first female kicker to EARN a college scholarship. Welcome to Colorado!!!" McManus tweeted.
Nico Carvacho goes up for a dunk. Credit: CSU Athletics Communications.

3 takeaways: Rams brilliant ball movement a sign of Team Together play

Nico Carvacho is a double-double machine and his Rams are playing great team basketball. We look at those big takeaways and another after their win Saturday.
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Denver Pioneers awarded top overall seed in NCAA Tournament

Though it might not get the same fanfare as basketball, the NCAA Tournament is a big deal in hockey as well. As expected, DU is going dancing on ice.
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FACE to FACE: Buffaloes WR Bryce Bobo joins Mat Smith

The Colorado Buffaloes (3-1, 0-1) were supposed to be one of the nation’s top offenses, yet five weeks into the season they aren’t even...

Milo Hall commits to Wyoming

Running back Milo Hall, the star of this year's Cherry Creek-Valor 5A state championship game, has committed to play for the Wyoming Cowboys
Mike Bobo in loss to CU in August. Credit: Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports.

Column: Bobo’s Rams roll over against Cowboys, fall to 2-9 in rivalry games

Colorado State has struggled mightily in rivalry games under Mike Bobo, falling to 2-9 during his Era. A look at what's gone wrong and how the Rams could have fixed some weaknesses this year.

CU hype video will get you excited for this upcoming season

Through the magic of video editing and the power of positive thinking, there's reason to believe the Buffs are on the brink of a turnaround.

San Diego State snaps CSU’s home winning streak

CSU took a brief lead at 61-60 with 5:54 to play, but the visitors closed the game on a 17-7 run.