Monday, September 24, 2018

Jonah Radebaugh and Andre Spight lead a Northern Colorado resurgence

If you listen closely on campus, there’s a low but confident murmur: The Bears are the Big Sky’s team to beat this season.

Reports: Will Friend to leave Colorado State for Tennessee job

Multiple reports have Will Friend leaving Colorado State and joining Tennessee with new head coach and friend, Jeremy Pruitt. What Friend's loss would mean to CSU and what Mike Bobo must do next.

Phillip Lindsay wins Buffalo Heart Award

Philip Lindsay has won the 2017 University of Colorado Buffalo Heart award after displaying the grit and determination that only a very few of the past Colorado Buffaloes players have exhibited.

Derrick White’s journey from 8th grade B team to NBA draft pick

How did Derrick go from being a clumsy, gangly kid to a pro basketball prospect? His family and trust in his coaches played a big part.

This weekend could, and should, be key in Colorado State’s coaching searches

CSU has an entire defensive side of the ball to fill, in terms of coaches, as well as needing a special teams coordinator. With the AFCA Convention this weekend, Mike Bobo could fill some or all of those spots.

CU stuns No. 4 ASU; secures first Top 5 win since 2003

CU won their Pac-12 home opener in spectacular fashion, as they upset the (No. 4/6) Arizona State Sun Devils (12-2, 0-2), 90-81, in an overtime thriller.

LISTEN: Experienced John Jancek now favorite as CSU D.C. and Prentiss Nixon’s “flu game”

CSU looks to be locking in on John Jancek as their new defensive coordinator, an all-important hire going into 2018. What would Jancek bring to the team?

LISTEN: Colorado State lands their defensive coordinator in up-and-comer Derrick Ansley

Mike Bobo hired Derrick Ansley Monday, which is a massive hire for Colorado State Football. A history of Ansley and more inside this podcast.

Kalem Reddix, 3-star wideout, de-commits from Colorado State

Kalem Reddix decided to de-commit from Colorado State Monday night, and will be attending a community college close to home instead.

Buena Vista, CU grad Nate Solder is a two-time Super Bowl champ

One way or another, a Colorado kid was going home a Super Bowl LI champion. When the final whistle blew, it was Nate Solder who walked away the winner.