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(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: A Buff forever, Charlie Whitaker inspires players

Volunteer, 76, continues to serve CU program as he battles cancer
There is no place Charlie Whitaker would rather be than watching over the Colorado football team. He sits in a chair with one eye on football practice and another on the gate where administrators, staffers, scouts and a few boosters occasionally come and go. Full Story
(Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera)
College footballCU football: A Buff forever, Charlie Whitaker inspires players

Volunteer, 76, continues to serve CU program as he battles cancer
There is no place Charlie Whitaker would rather be than watching over the Colorado football team. He sits in a chair with one eye on football practice and another on the gate where administrators, staffers, scouts and a few boosters occasionally come and go. Full Story
( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera )
Second Story Garage special: Nick Moss Band pays homage to Ferguson

We offer you the Nick Moss Band's powerful song "Shade Tree," which was inspired by the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., but took on much more meaning with this week's announcement that Darren Wilson, the police officer who killed Brown, would not be indicted. Full Story