Buff Bites: Colorado, Arizona Take Center Stage

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Brooks: Buffs' Rematch With Wildcats Finally Here - CUBuffs.com - Official Athletics Web site of the University of Colorado - For CU fans, the countdown began shortly after Sabatino Chen's apparent buzzer-beater on Jan. 3 in Tucson was waived off. The wait ends Thursday night. Here's B.G. Brooks' story on the game tonight.

GOAZCATS.com - Colorado perspective: Q&A with BuffStampede.com - The Arizona Rivals site sits down with William Whelan of BuffStampede to talk Colorado - Arizona.

CU Buffs getting more production out of freshman Xavier Johnson - The Denver Post

"That's what we love about Xavier," said CU sophomore guard Askia Booker. "He's pretty nasty. He'll let you know that he just dunked on you. He's going to talk about it. He's going to rub it in your face.

Wildcat hangover or not, Colorado appears cured

But neither Sean Miller nor Colorado coach Tad Boyle was convinced there was any residual effect. "Everybody points to the Arizona loss as a hangover," Boyle said. "Whether it was or wasn’t doesn’t matter. But we have put it behind us and moved forward. We’re playing really well."

Women's basketball: Lexy Kresl embracing role with CU Buffs - Buffzone

"Lexy is a competitor," said head coach Linda Lappe, who has had Kresl in the starting lineup for each of the past 15 games. "She practices hard. She's very consistent in how she practices and how she plays. As a coach, I feel like I know every game, game in and game out, what we're going to get from Lexy. I also think she's a smart player. She understands game plans. You want your starters to know the game plan and get us started off on the right foot. I trust and have confidence she can help do that."

Vote for the C-Unit for the best student section in America

The votes are in and the Colorado Buffaloes have advanced to the semifinal round of the Naismith Student Section of the Year Award contest!

Beginning with a total of 158 participating institutions, the contest now enters the semifinal round with only 16 institutions eligible to take home the top prize. As one of the top college basketball student sections in the country, Colorado is asking for fan support to help win the prestigious title. Buffalo fans can vote now through Feb. 22 for their student section by logging onto www.facebook.com/ILoveCollegeHoops. The eight institutions with the highest number of votes will move onto the final round and placed before the Naismith Board of Selectors for the final selection. The winning school will be announced March 8.

The winning student section gets bragging rights as the best college basketball student section in the country, while the winning institution will receive $10,000 to be used in its general scholarship fund.

Blitz Archives: Colorado, 1996 | TDdaily.com - 17 years ago, Rick Neuheisel's player-friendly style made news when it debuted at Colorado.

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Saint Valentine's in Boulder & Your New Facebook Cover | pachoops

I'm heading to Boulder to endure all things Colorado Buffaloes and Coors Event Center. Game on.

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The ultimate dinosaur football league roster - SBNation.com - A paleontologist helps us answer the important question: what dinosaurs would play what positions on a football roster?

New NCAA football rules aim to suppress concussions and Lane Kiffin - SBNation.com - Two of football's primary scourges are among the items the NCAA's rules committee hopes to limit.

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