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College footballColorado football: MacIntyre sees Buffs making progress

Coach wants chances to win games in fourth quarter
LOS ANGELES — — Coach Mike MacIntyre says the Colorado football team will be improved this season, but how big a jump the Buffs are able to make remains to be seen. Full Story
(AP)
College footballColorado football: MacIntyre sees Buffs making progress

Coach wants chances to win games in fourth quarter
LOS ANGELES — — Coach Mike MacIntyre says the Colorado football team will be improved this season, but how big a jump the Buffs are able to make remains to be seen. Full Story
(Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
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Musical chemistry is like romantic chemistry. It's hard to come by, but when you find it you know it's special. Danny Bemrose and Aimee Driver of the English band Scars on 45 have musical chemistry. You know it the moment they blend their voices. Full Story