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CU women's golf: Buffs, Esther Lee rebound in Pac-12 second round
After a disappointing first round on Monday, Colorado knew it had a lot of work to do during the final two days of the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships. Full Story

Former CU player Nate Solder had cancer surgery before 2014 season
New England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder, a former University of Colorado player, had surgery for testicular cancer last spring then went on to start every game, including the Super Bowl victory. Full Story

Former Buff Dathan Ritzenhein top American in first Boston Marathon
Former University of Colorado runner Dathan Ritzenhein made his first Boston Marathon a memorable one Monday when he finished as the top American. Full Story

CU women's golf: Buffs eighth after first round of Pac-12s
Monday proved to be an opportunity lost for the Colorado women's golf team. Junior Alexis Keating preferred to focus on the two opportunities ahead of the Buffaloes, however. Full Story

CU lacrosse: Colorado battles but falls short against No. 13 Stanford
For 58 minutes Sunday afternoon, the University of Colorado women's lacrosse team was giving Stanford all it could handle. Full Story

CU football: Shared history bonds CU's Jered Bell, Utah's Kenneth Scott
Jered Bell and Kenneth Scott planned on being in the NFL by now, or at least being on their way there. Full Story

Kyle Ringo column: Tad Boyle's Final Four quest: Why not us?
Tad Boyle has been to the Final Four nearly 20 times, but never in the way he most wants to experience the pinnacle of college basketball. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Boyle demands more of himself, players
NCAA rules don't allow Tad Boyle to spend much time with his team between now and the official of start of practices for the 2015-16 season. Full Story

Filing of charges against CU football player postponed
An attorney for a University of Colorado defensive lineman arrested on suspicion of assault said the case against his client is one of "mistaken identity. Full Story

Kyle Ringo: Strong voices speak clearly against Indiana law
Thank God for USC athletic director Pat Haden, Charles Barkley, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy and others like them. Full Story

CU's new sports facilities: Buffs building excitement for future
There were bulldozers, hard hats, mud, concrete trucks, blueprints, mud, cranes, lots of noise and, uh, mud, during the last recruiting cycle when Colorado football coach Mike MacIntyre brought recruits to campus. Full Story

Clearing up some confusion about CSU and Texas A&M
Why would CU consider playing a different opponent in Denver if CU fans dislike the CSU football game there so much? Full Story

Rocky Mountain Showdown won't be played in 2021
Colorado announced future nonconference football schedules Wednesday and revealed that it will not play Colorado State in 2021, effectively ending — or at least interrupting — the "Rocky Mountain Showdown" series as an annual event. Full Story

CU soccer: Buffs' Sanchez adds transfer to roster
Colorado soccer coach Danny Sanchez announced that Danica Evans will join the Buffaloes' roster for the 2015-16 season on Monday . Full Story

Colorado men's basketball: Buffs ready for unique road trip

When accepting a bid to play in the College Basketball Invitational, Colorado coach Tad Boyle figured his team would get some unique experiences.

Monday's quarterfinal matchup will certainly be unique.

 
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CU men's basketball: Buffs' Collier still working to become total package
With the Colorado men's basketball team leading Gardner-Webb by a single point on Wednesday, freshman Dominique Collier finally entered the game, nearly eight minutes in. Full Story

CU women's basketball: Arielle Roberson won't return for senior season
University of Colorado forward Arielle Roberson has decided not to return for her senior season, basketball coach Linda Lappe announced Tuesday. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Boyle insists sky not falling on Buffs
Colorado's leading scorer won't play and one of its promising youngsters is moving on. Just one year removed from a third consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, the CU men's basketball program has hit some turbulence, and judging by some of the fan reaction on social media, the ceiling is caving in a bit. Full Story

Hope springs eternal: CU Buffs' fans optimistic at spring football game
Hopes in Folsom Field were soaring just as high as the record temperatures Sunday as the University of Colorado football team took the field for their annual spring game. Full Story

CU men's basketball: Bitter end for Booker
LAS VEGAS — If this was the end for Askia Booker, it was a bitter finish to one of the great careers in Colorado basketball history. Full Story

 
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