Monday, October 23, 2017

Relevant Mr. Irrelevants: Colorado’s link to the last pick in the NFL Draft

The State of Colorado has more than a couple of ties to Mr. Irrelevant, including several with the hated Oakland Raiders.

Denver claims No. 1 seed in the Big East through defensive strength

Denver puts together a 12-2 win over Providence. Freshman Ethan Walker puts up eight points, while the Pioneers defense smothers the Friars offense.
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HIGHLIGHTS: BIG EAST belongs to the Pioneers out west yet again

Freshman Ethan Walker led the Pioneers past Providence to clinch Denver’s fourth consecutive BIG EAST regular season championship.

CSU Green & Gold Game and Spring Sports Festival details

Colorado State Athletics has created a Spring Sports Festival to enhance fans’ ability to connect with student-athletes and coaches.

Pioneers bench boss Jim Montgomery speaking with Florida Panthers about vacancy

“I have spoken to Florida, and I will meet with Florida over the next week to 10 days,” Montgomery said.

Christian McCaffrey shows off lightning-quick feet ahead of NFL Draft

McCaffrey is currently projected as a first-round pick in the draft. With feet like that, wherever he lands will have one explosive weapon.
Peter Forsberg goes undercover

Pepsi Center set to host regional games in 2021 NCAA tournament

The Pepsi Center and the Mountain West Conference are teaming up to host the West Regional in 2021, which is set to take place on March 25 and 27, 2021.

USWNT star Mallory Pugh leaving UCLA to to turn pro

Well, that didn't take long. After playing in just three spring games for the Bruins, Mallory Pugh is leaving UCLA to pursue professional opportunities.

Kris Martin to join CSU men’s basketball program in 2017-18

The shooting guard is transferring from Oral Roberts and will have two years of eligibility remaining, starting in 2018-19.

DU’s Henrik Borgström named USCHO co-rookie of the year

The Finnish forward finished his freshman campaign with 22 goals and 21 assists. Boston University's Clayton Keller was the other co-rookie of the year.