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CU men's basketball: Improving Josh Scott questionable for Washington State
Josh Scott said he's planning to play in the Colorado Buffaloes' home game Thursday against Washington State. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Josh Scott a finalist for Kareem Abdul-Jabaar Award
Colorado Buffaloes senior Josh Scott has been named one of 10 finalists for the Kareem Abdul-Jabaar award as the nation's top center. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Buffs hope to claw their way out of muck
After suffering their first two-game road sweep in Pac-12 Conference play, the Colorado Buffaloes have abruptly moved from the league's pack of front-runners to a spot "in the muck," according to head coach Tad Boyle. Full Story

CU women's basketball: Utah dominates in fourth quarter to roll past Buffs
The opportunity for a victory was there almost all afternoon for the Colorado women's basketball team. In the end, though, Utah took that opportunity away and handed the Buffaloes another disappointing loss. Full Story

Super Bowl 50: Ex-Buff Tyler Polumbus living his dream with Broncos
Former Colorado offensive lineman Tyler Polumbus will play a big role when the Broncos face Carolina in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, trying to win a championship with a team he grew up watching. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Buffs seek signature road win at No. 16 Oregon
Plenty of time remains to bolster an NCAA Tournament resume that currently is on solid footing for the Colorado Buffaloes.  Full Story

CU football: Recruiting capsules for Buffs' 2016 class
A player-by-player breakdown of Colorado's 2016 football recruiting class, which coach Mike MacIntyre said includes some talented playmakers.  Full Story

CU men's basketball: Buffs blitz Cal after slow start
Making just one of the first 19 shots rarely is a sign of good things to come. Yet the Colorado Buffaloes made an exception to that rule in emphatic fashion on Sunday, overcoming a nightmarish start from the floor to pull away from Cal for a 70-62 victory in a Pac-12 Conference showdown at the Coors Events Center. Full Story

CU tennis: Buffs roll to easy victory over Boise State
The Colorado women's tennis team had a perfect day at Rocky Mountain Tennis Center on Sunday, rolling to a 7-0 victory over Boise State. Full Story

Road to Rio: Kara Goucher running free in pursuit of Olympics
Four years ago, at the 2012 Olympic Trials marathon in Houston, Kara Goucher engaged in a 26.2-mile "chess match," somehow digging deep enough after just three months of training to place third, qualifying for her second U.S. Olympic team.  Full Story

Ex-Buff Nick Kasa grabs hold of Super opportunity with Broncos
ENGLEWOOD - Nick Kasa has made plenty catches in his life, but it was one drop that nearly derailed a great opportunity for the former University of Colorado tight end. Full Story

CU women's basketball: Buffs fall 61-47 to No. 11 Beavers

For three quarters on Sunday, the Colorado women's basketball team did all it could to hang with one of the top teams in the country.

In the fourth quarter, the Buffaloes couldn't get out of their own way.

No. 11 Oregon State took advantage of CU's miscues down the stretch to hand the Buffs a 61-47 defeat at Coors Events Center.

 
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CU men's basketball: Early struggles doom Buffs at Washington
Call it a case of too little, too late. Despite several late comeback efforts by the Colorado Buffaloes, Washington's up-tempo style proved too much to overcome on Wednesday. Blasting off early for a series of fast-break dunks and never relenting, the host Huskies ultimately held off CU for a 95-83 victory at Alaska Airlines Arena.  Full Story

CU men's basketball: Josh Scott named Pac-12 Player of the Week
Continuing to dominate on the glass and in the scoring column, Colorado Buffaloes senior Josh Scott on Monday was named the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week. Full Story

CU football: With Liufau injured, Buffs weigh quarterback options
Brian Lindgren is always looking for quarterbacks who can make the Colorado football team better. While the Buffaloes' co-offensive coordinator is eyeing players for the future, there's enough uncertainty about 2016 to make him uneasy. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Reserves power Buffs past Oregon
Xavier Talton and Tre'Shaun Fletcher each struggled through what arguably were their worst games of the season earlier on the Colorado Buffaloes' homestand. On Sunday, those frustrations were long forgotten. Full Story

CU women's basketball: Buffs fall at Arizona, lose seventh straight

A potential win slipped away, though, as the Buffaloes fell to host Arizona, 63-52.

 
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CU track and field: Buffs bid goodbye to Balch after 78 seasons
Balch Fieldhouse has served the University of Colorado track and field team well for the past 78 years, but after the Potts Indoor Invitational this weekend, the university's team will be moving over to the new campus facility. Full Story

CU skiing: Mads Stroem wins 2nd straight, Buffs close in on Pioneers
Mads Stroem won his second straight race, and six Colorado skiers placed in the top 10 for the Nordic freestyle races as part of the Montana State Invitational on Sunday at Bohart Ranch in Bozeman, Mont. Full Story

CU women's basketball: Huggins having best year despite adversity
Colorado's Lauren Huggins has battled a lot of adversity in her few years with the Buffaloes basketball team, but instead of letting it get her down, she's embraced the challenge and nurtured her game in the process. Full Story

 
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