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When you were a wee lass and lassie, you had dreams of riding Ralphie's back through Folsom Field. Now the day has arrived.   Full Story
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Buffs earn highest preseason ranking at sixthThe University of Colorado volleyball team earned its highest Pac-12 Conference preseason ranking since joining the league in 2011, placing sixth overall, and senior Alexis Austin was named to the Preseason All-Pac-12 team.   Full Story
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Mark Wetmore is no stranger to history, and he fully understands the weight that's being placed on the Colorado men's cross country team as it heads into the 2015 season on the heels of back-to-back national championships.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
While the nation eagerly awaits the start of the college football season, Colorado quarterback Sefo Liufau had to take a little break from it over the summer.   Full Story
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If ever there was a perfect season in which to have an overabundance of talent between the pipes, this is it for the University of Colorado women's soccer team.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Colorado's women's basketball team finished on a rough note last season (15-17), but head coach Linda Lappe is going to depend on her younger players to reverse the program's downward trend. Two years ago, Lappe took the Buffs to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in nine years, going 25-7.   Full Story
Buffs to meet Auburn in ESPN rematchColorado and Auburn will meet for the second straight season during ESPN's College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
After a few weeks off after spring semester, Colorado men's basketball players returned to Boulder ready to work.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
It's finally fun to be a Colorado football player again. That hasn't been the case very much in recent years, but as CU prepares for the 2015 season, their team pride is overflowing.   Full Story
Brent Lewis / The Denver Post
It's fair to say the Colorado football team hasn't been at its best on special teams at the start of Mike MacIntrye's first two seasons as coach.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Mike MacIntyre has a problem. You can file this one under dilemmas that won't keep him up at night. Colorado's head football coach might have to set a curfew for when players have to be out of the locker room at night.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Still a work in progressSeveral members of the Colorado defense have said they enjoy playing for new coordinator Jim Leavitt.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Turning around those turnoversColorado went 2-10 on the football field last fall and there are plenty of areas where improvement is needed after such an ugly year.   Full Story
Everywhere he goes - and that means everywhere - Colorado athletic director Rick George is dogged by a familiar question from Buffaloes fans. When are they going to be able to see Buffs' games on their televisions?   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
Coach Mike MacIntyre hosted the 12 seniors on the on the 2015 Colorado football roster at his home over the summer for dinner and a fashion show of sorts.   Full Story
There are no more excuses for Colorado football. The Buffaloes should be able to win in the Pac-12 Conference moving forward. That isn't to suggest they're going to be competing for a conference title this fall or even a division championship, but all the necessary pieces of the puzzle are being put in place to produce those results in the not too distant future.   Full Story
They asked me to write a column about sports at CU. Something helpful to incoming freshmen and Boulder vets alike.   Full Story
University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano fired athletic director Mike Bohn in May, in part, because he said he wanted the athletic department to be run more like a business.   Full Story
The optimism, the tone, the message were all the same as previous years Monday by veteran members of the Colorado football program as they reported for training camp.   Full Story
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The line, however, is conquering both. The group is nearing a goal first-year coach Mike MacIntyre set almost the first time he laid eyes on the big guys.   Full Story