Former UCLA head coach Karl Dorrell is Boulder bound.
Check out Item No. 7 in this list. Telling stats: Good D, Great Special Teams, Bleh Offense. Hope we find our stride with players returning...
The story of the Colorado Buffaloes told by a UW fan.
The former Colorado star was waived by the Chicago Bulls last week but aims to bounce back with a trip to the NBA D-League.
"Welcome to the fight!" That was the words from head coach Mike MacIntyre that fired up the Colorado Buffaloes before rolling to a 44-7 win against the Colorado State Rams. The emotional speech was heartfelt from Mac to his players and like something out of the "Friday Night Lights" playbook. CU starts the season off 1-0 and moves on to play the Idaho State Bengals at Folsom Field next Saturday (9/10) at 3:30 p.m. MT.
Fox Sports writer Hunter Kinniburgh agrees "The Rise" is happening in Boulder, after naming the Buffs as one of the top underrated teams going into the 2016 season. He cited returning players like Sefo Liufau and Chidobe Awuzie, as leaders of CU's potential bowl berth hopes in 2016. Colorado's first order of business is the Rocky Mountain Showdown on Friday, Sept. 2 vs. CSU. Buffs fans are expected to wear blackout attire for the game. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:05 p.m. MT with the national telecast on ESPN.
The Colorado Buffaloes ended up on a list compiled by 247 Sports along with 12 of the 14 teams in the SEC. The top thirty college football teams were ranked for having the most players arrested in the past five years. CU ended up being tied for 23rd with 13 players arrested since joining the Pac-12. Only four schools from the conference including Colorado made the list. Oregon (T-28th, 11 arrests), Oregon state (T-15th, 16 arrests) and Washington State, who beat out the remaining 29 teams for No. 1 with 31 arrests. The only two SEC teams not making the list were Vanderbilt and South Carolina. Check out the complete list at 247sports.com
Bill C previews the Buffs football season, where success will be defined by health and a little bit of luck
The 2016 National Collegiate Student Section Association (NCSSA) conference begins today at the University of Cincinnati. This is the story of how the NCSSA was born and is growing as told by the two co-founders, one of whom is a student of the University of Colorado.
Good article on how Andre has been integrated into the offense to great effect