Ralphie Report Radio
The editors of RalphieReport.com discuss the in's and out's of your Colorado Buffaloes. Join us each week as we breakdown the Buffs, Pac-12 conference and college football and basketball at large.
The Buffs are looking for a new offensive coordinator.
The Buffs notched victories over the Beavers and Bobcats.
At the Buzzer does what we do best. Basketball is back.
At the Buzzer digs into the Ducks.
Shrout hurt his knee in camp, leaving Brendon Lewis as the de facto starting QB.
We talk with Burnt Orange Nation ahead of the bowl.
The Buffaloes forward talks about the cancellation of the NCAA Tournament, the highs and lows of the season, and why this team is special to him.
Can the Buffs get some momentum before the NCAA Tournament?
What a fun class and a fun chat
A new episode of The Runaround is here for your listening pleasure.
The Runaround takes on the NIT.
Episode two brings us the start of the Pac-12 Tournament.
Ralphie Report Radio: Tough losses in Pullman and Seattle, final homestand, Worthington at the Combine
The Buffaloes look to rebound off of a tough week in Washington.
Ralphie Report Radio: Buffs win against Zona, how they can get another road sweep, and Jay Mac’s new job.
It was a good week for the Buffaloes.
Is Colorado basketball on the upswing?
Ralphie Report Radio: Buffaloes in the CFB all-star games, looking at the basketball team’s struggles.
Diving in to the week that was for the Colorado Buffaloes.
The Buffaloes could be a dark house to win the South heading into week four.
It’s been an exciting week for the future of CU football after knocking off the cornhuskers.
Ralphie Report Radio is back on the airwaves!
As I mentioned on Twitter, I was lucky enough to take in the live recording of the Solid Verbal podcast with Dan Rubenstein and Ty Hildebrandt at SXSW. Dan and Ty were joined by Spencer Hall of EDSBS and SB Nation and Bruce Feldman of Fox. Just after the 56th minute I was able to ask the group what they thought of the progress Colorado is making and what hope lies ahead for the future.