Ahead of Friday’s Rocky Mountain Showdown, two stars of Colorado’s college football heyday engaged in some friendly ribbing during Xfinity Monday Live on CBS4.
Colorado had seen Arizona’s defense at work before, in person and in the Pac-12 tournament quarterfinals.
The Colorado Buffaloes had already pulled the ripcord on their free fall after star point guard Spencer Dinwiddie’s season-ending knee injury more than a month ago. What they got Wednesday night was the signature win to go with it.
Southern Cal missed a slew of shots in the early going and No. 21 Colorado never gave the Trojans a chance to recover.
Askia Booker brought Buffs fans spilling onto the court by swishing a 25-footer at the buzzer Saturday to lift Colorado to a 75-72 victory over Kansas.
The Colorado Buffaloes are in a hurry.
The Buffaloes have NCAA Tournament experience and really defend. Colorado is good enough to win two games in the field of 68.
Mike MacIntyre’s inaugural meeting with his new team lasted just long enough to leave his players with this thought: He’s turned around one downtrodden program and he can do the same at Colorado.
The University of Colorado announced Monday that Mike MacIntyre is their new football coach.
The basketball rivalry between CU and in-state rival CSU has never been as intense as the one on the gridiron, but that’s starting to change.