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Sunday CU Buff Bites - Texas, Cal and Georgia Lose - But the Buffs Win

Colorado_mediumMcCartney provided winning formula for 1990 CU Buffs - Buffzone

Here`s something you can take to the bank: No coach in America -- not Nick Saban, Bob Stoops, Mack Brown, Jim Tressel, Urban Meyer, Bobby Petrino or Bo Pelini -- would dare attempt today what Bill McCartney tried in 1990.

Colorado_mediumUCLA Bruins vs. Texas Longhorns - Recap - September 25, 2010 - ESPN - Mack Brown takes responsibility...    ...for practically everyone in the stadium:

It was a rear-end kicking," Texas coach Mack Brown said. "This one's embarrassing for me. As a head coach, I'm responsible for everybody in this program, from the trainers to the managers to the walk-ons, to the kids to the coaches -- everybody.

This seems like what you want to hear from your coach after an embarrassing loss.

Colorado_mediumCalifornia Golden Bears vs. Arizona Wildcats - Cal loses 9-10 - ESPN

Colorado_mediumGeorgia Bulldogs vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs - Georgia loses 12-24 - ESPN

Colorado_mediumBrooks: Buffs Benefit From Innovative Video System -

Scouting an opponent never has been so comprehensive or accessible. Senior receiver Scotty McKnight said the program "brings a whole new dimension to studying your opponent - something that's been a long time coming."

McKnight also recalled off-hours during the off-season when he had free time and wanted to visit the football offices to watch tape of future opponents.

"This just gives you the opportunity to watch it whenever and wherever you are - back home in California, in the off-season wherever you might be," he said. "If you have an Internet connection, you can get on-line and watch cut-ups from the coaches or from games . . . it gives you full access to watching film whatever, whenever. It's huge.

"Whoever came up with that idea, whoever started that company . . . Hey, I might be buying stock."


Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball: they all won, (soccer beat #6 A&M), and it's after the jump.

Colorado_mediumFreshmen Lead the Pack at the CU Invitational -

Freshman Winde Janssens went 2-0 to lead the University of Colorado women's tennis team during its second day of the CU Invitational Saturday at the South Campus tennis courts. Colorado won three matches overall, each being brought in by freshmen. The team's two wins during singles play were by freshmen Kristina Schleich and Janssens. Janssens took the momentum from her victory into doubles play as she paired with another freshman, Carla Manzi Tenorio and earned CU's only doubles victory of the afternoon.


Buffs Rally To Overcome Kansas In Five Sets -

The CU volleyball team rallied to defeat the University of Kansas 3-2 at the Coors Events Center on Saturday night to win back-to-back Big 12 Conference matches for the first time since the 2008 season.

Colorado_mediumBuffs Defeat No. 6 Texas A&M -

The University of Colorado women's soccer team defeats No. 6 Texas A&M University for the first time in College Station, Texas.

Go BuffsEight minutes into the extra session Herzl beame a hero once again in the clutch off a pass from Kassidy Fitzpatrick. She took her signature shot from over 20 yards out, and the ball grazed the top of the cross bar over Dyer's head into the back of the net to lock the win.

This goal was off Herzl's second shot of the season after she was moved from defender to forward in overtime of the UCLA match.

"I think offense is really fun," said Herzl "I've never played (forward) before and being up there is really cool. I like to score goals and I think that it's a good move."

Go Buffs