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College basketballBuffs hang on for triple-OT win

Booker helps CU squeeze past USC with career-high 43 points

LOS ANGELES — After the best night of his career, Colorado's Askia Booker was asked what it meant to him on a personal level. "I think you should ask what it does to the team," he said. "Everybody knows I had a great performance, but we don't win that game without my teammates, man." Full Story

(Jae C. Hong / Associated Press)
College basketballBuffs hang on for triple-OT win

Booker helps CU squeeze past USC with career-high 43 points

LOS ANGELES — After the best night of his career, Colorado's Askia Booker was asked what it meant to him on a personal level. "I think you should ask what it does to the team," he said. "Everybody knows I had a great performance, but we don't win that game without my teammates, man." Full Story

( Paul Aiken / Staff Photographer )
Second Story Garage: Danielle Ate the Sandwich

If music ever stops working out for Danielle Ate the Sandwich, the Fort Collins band could easily have a second career in comedy. But music is working for this band, which is fine-tuned to interpret frontwoman Danielle Anderson's touching, penetrating songwriting.  Full Story