We're up to 9 committs plus a grayshirt for football; and the CU Ski Team beat Utah in the Rain, in Montana. Maybe Utah should hire Norm Chow for their ski team, too.
Hawaii's Tuumalo commits to CU Buffs - Boulder Daily Camera - As first linked in CUJCC's ongoing Recruiting FanPost, KT Tuumalo committed for CU after visiting this past weekend. Add Boise St. to the list of schools we're beating for recruits.
The University of Colorado ski team was able to hold off a surging Utah team amidst major weather issues and win the 2011 Montana State Invitational here Sunday, the first meet completely in the books in the 2011 season.
CU men's basketball head coach Tad Boyle was named National Coach of the Week by The Hoops Report in its weekly awards for the week of Jan. 10-16
A first look at those prospects known (so far) to be taking official visits in Boulder this weekend ...So, who’s on the list? Remember the "Hawai’i Four"... Tuumalo took his official visit last weekend, while the other three Hawaiian prospects are scheduled to come to Boulder this weekend. But will they show?
Opponent Watch: Utah: So, what's the deal with Norm Chow? - Block U
Is Norm Chow still coming to Utah or were the Utes bamboozled? - Is he coming? Are we being played? Was this some cruel joke? Don't worry, I still feel confident. But, as it was with the news about the Pac-10 expanding, stuff like this takes time.
After the jump, another take on the CU Ski team victory, plus a bunch of other College football stuff you may or may have not missed. Seeing as you likely weren't stranded in -20 F cold in southwest Colorado, you probably didn't miss it.
The final edition of the Alphabetical rambles, ponders the difficulty of endings, attempts to drive home just how singular Cam Newton was, and sings the praises of the best restaurant you will ever find in a convenience store ever. A is for Augury
2011 NFL Draft: Cam Newton able to make the world smile - Leaving Auburn To Begin Professional Career - SBNation.com - Cam Newton Declares For The 2011 NFL Draft, But Will His Skills Translate To The Pros?
The Buffs contributed to a piece of collegiate skiing history on Sunday. Colorado edged Utah by just nine points to win a rainy Montana State Invitational held at Big Sky and Bohart Ranch, Mont. The slim margin of victory was the closest in Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association history, under the current scoring system. Colorado beat Utah 921-912.
Take that Utah! Go Buffs!