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CU women carry confidence into WNIT matchup at Iowa
It shouldn't take long for Colorado junior Zoe Correal to get motivated for Thursday's matchup at Iowa in the Women's NIT. Full Story

Ryan Moeller a key piece to the puzzle on Buffs' defense
As far back as his freshman year at Rifle High School, Ryan Moeller was warned how quickly time would fly. Full Story

Buffs' Derrick White named to NABC All-District 20 Second Team
University of Colorado senior Derrick White earned a spot on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Division I All-District 20 Second Team the organization announced Tuesday. Full Story

Move indoors doesn't slow CU Buffs lacrosse in win against Oregon
The Colorado lacrosse team has, in relatively short order, evolved past the point of letting issues like a late shift of venues or the surrounding air quality become causes for concern. Full Story

CU lacrosse rolls past Winthrop
All season long, dominance has seemed to be one of the only words in No. 7 Colorado lacrosse's vocabulary, and on Wednesday, the Buffaloes stuck to what they know best with an 18-6 win over Winthrop at Kittredge Field. Full Story

CU Buffs men's hoops bracing for a Fall
Even utilizing 7-foot freshman Dallas Walton, while wielding long, padded sticks in practice, hasn't truly prepared the Colorado Buffaloes for the defensive force of nature they will face Wednesday night. Full Story

Steven Montez ready to take over the Buffs' offense
By the time the Colorado football team gets to Denver for the season opener against Colorado State on Sept. Full Story

CU women like their chances in Pac-12 tourney
Throughout this season, the Colorado women's basketball team has proven time and again that it can muster up the heart and energy to play just about anyone. Full Story

CU Buffs' Jim Jeffcoat excited to work with new-look defensive line
Colorado has the task of trying to replace all three starting defensive linemen this next season. Assistant coach Jim Jeffcoat views it as an exciting challenge, however, as the Buffaloes prepare to open spring football next week. Full Story

CU Buffs basketball believes it's peaking at right time
With five games remaining in the regular season, the Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball team sits in a tie for seventh-place in the Pac-12 Conference. Full Story

CU confident offensive line will remain a strength
During the Colorado Football Signing Day Celebration at the Denver Sheraton hotel last week, CU head football coach Mike MacIntyre talked about each of the players the Buffaloes had signed to national letters of intent the day before. Full Story

Time running out to turn around season for CU Buffs hoops
It's difficult to point to Sunday's loss as a season low-point for the Colorado Buffaloes men's basketball team, given the club has squandered last-minute leads in four of its eight Pac-12 Conference losses so far. Full Story

CU: Chancellor, AD OK'd allowing Joe Tumpkin to coach in bowl game
The University of Colorado said that both Chancellor Phil DiStefano and Athletic Director Rick George approved of the decision to allow former assistant coach Joe Tumpkin to call plays at the team's bowl game despite knowing about allegations of domestic violence against Tumpkin. Full Story

Rooney: Mike MacIntyre erred in giving Joe Tumpkin control of CU Buffs defense
So much for "The Rise." It was fun ride, wasn't it? The clutch, emotional wins against teams that routinely beat up on the Colorado Buffaloes in recent years. Full Story

CU women take aim at No. 10 Washington
Colorado women's basketball coach JR Payne had barely had a chance to catch her breath after her team's thrilling comeback victory against Washington State on Friday when she was asked about the next opponent. Full Story

CU Buffs make a name for themselves in recruiting game
On the field last season, the Colorado football team proved it can play with the big boys. Full Story

Joe Tumpkin, ex-CU Buffs assistant, charged with felony assault
Former University of Colorado assistant coach Joe Tumpkin was formally charged Tuesday with five felony counts of second-degree assault in relation to allegations that he physically abused his ex-girlfriend. Full Story

Long-awaited defensive spark sends CU Buffs past No. 10 Oregon
Better late than never. On Saturday night the sort of defensive-minded, clutch-shooting Colorado Buffaloes team everyone was expecting to watch all year finally came to play. Full Story

CU fined $75K after fans rush Folsom Field twice — but spared penalty for a third storming
The Pac-12 fined the University of Colorado an additional $50,000 after fans rushed Folsom Field following the Buffs' final home game of the season, bringing to $75,000 the total fines to the university during the first year under the conference's new policy. Full Story

Buffs school spirit: Paint your face and run with an ungulate
CU Buffs fans are so spirited, it actually cost the university money last year. Excited spectators rushed the field during the last football season, causing CU to face at least $25,000 fines under a new rule created especially for Buffs. Full Story