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.
Maybe Colorado could get used to this college basketball thing.
University of Colorado Buffaloes coach Jon Embree tore into his football team after they gave one away to Washington State last weekend. But on Tuesday fans saw a kinder, gentler Embree.
Any chance Stanford coach David Shaw might’ve had of facing a letdown from his players faded when the latest rankings came out.
Besides spoiling the Embree’s debut, the loss extended the Buffaloes’ road losing streak to 18 straight, 19 counting the 2007 Independence Bowl. Colorado hasn’t won on the road since beating Texas Tech on Oct. 27, 2007.
Imagine going to Hawaii and never visiting the beach. That’s what the Colorado Buffaloes will be doing for their opening football game.
Tyler Hansen doesn’t have to glance over his shoulder anymore, and he sure isn’t looking back with any regrets.
The “charade of amateur athletics continues with the scandal erupting at Ohio State University,” Vic Lombardi reports in his latest Vic’s Signature segment.
JaMychal Green scored 22 points, Trevor Releford scored the go-ahead basket in the closing seconds, and top-seeded Alabama withstood a late rally to beat Colorado 62-61 in the NIT semifinals Tuesday night.
Alec Burks scored 25 points, Cory Higgins had 22 and Colorado beat California 89-72 in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament on Friday night.