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JOSHUA LAWTON
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
 
Associated Press file
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
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
The first practice of fall camp brought the usual excitement and a fresh-start feel to the Colorado Buffaloes football team.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
Positive storylines were few and far between in the 2012 college football season at Colorado, but running back Christian Powell was one of them.   Full Story
 
Karl Gehring, The Denver Post
Colorado opened a fall camp that will have a different feel this month. Oh, Tuesday's first day was no different. It was more than 100 players in shorts and helmets showing off their new fitness from summer workouts.   Full Story
 
University of Colorado women's basketball coach Linda Lappe promoted Jonas Chatterton to associate head coach on Wednesday.   Full Story
 
The University of Colorado women's volleyball team was voted 10th in the Pac-12 coaches poll released Wednesday.   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
Colorado football coaches continued to install more of the offense and defense Wednesday on the second day of fall camp, but coach Mike MacIntyre admitted he doubts the entire offense will be in the Buffs' arsenal when they take on Colorado State in the season opener.   Full Story
 
During the Dan Hawkins era in Boulder, Colorado fans grew accustomed to seeing a lot of personnel groups and plenty of different players on the field on game days.   Full Story
 
The Buffs have been practicing without decals on their gold helmets the first two days of fall camp. Coach Mike MacIntyre said the black Buffalo decals that normally adorn CU helmets simply haven't been put on yet because they get scarred in practices.   Full Story
 
CU football coach Mike MacIntyre said the Buffs are still "running around in pajamas" -- wearing only shorts, jerseys and helmets the first two days and because of that he won't offer evaluations of any of the new players on the roster until next week.   Full Story
 
JEREMY PAPASSO
Throughout a 2012 season that saw Nelson Spruce and Tyler McCulloch lead the Colorado football team in receiving, the Buffaloes were criticized for their lack of excitement at the receiver position.   Full Story
 
The Colorado women's basketball team was already looking at a big hole to fill at the point guard position going into the 2013-14 season. That hole got a little bigger last week when sophomore Ky Weston decided to leave the program and move closer to her home in Kansas City, Mo.   Full Story
 
The Buffs have enjoyed mild weather for the first three practices with temperatures in the 70s and overcast skies.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
A year ago, Nick Kasa emerged as a go-to weapon in the Colorado offense, while Vincent Hobbs displayed some star potential at times.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
Near the conclusion of spring practice in mid-April, Colorado defensive line coach Jim Jeffcoat said his position group needed to get into better shape.   Full Story
 
CLIFF GRASSMICK
Following a 1-11 season that was ugly in a lot of ways, there isn't much expected of the Colorado football team this season. First-year Buffaloes head coach Mike MacIntyre isn't too interested in outside expectations, though, and he isn't too interested in talking about last year.   Full Story
 
The defense had a good day Sunday, including several big hits against the offense. "They were breaking on the ball, making some good plays," MacIntyre said.   Full Story
 
Andy Cross, The Denver Post
Kurt Gulbrand uses simple math to help solve the University of Colorado's facilities problem. The chief fundraiser for the athletic department said a high-level Buff Club membership costs $8,000 a year.   Full Story
 
 
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